Who Killed My Daughter?

Who Killed My Daughter?

eBook - 2012
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On July 16, 1989, Lois Duncan’s daughter was chased down and shot to death in Albuquerque, New Mexico. After the police abandoned all leads, Duncan refused to give up her search for the truth. In this tragic memoir and investigation, Lois Duncan searches for clues to the murder of her youngest child, eighteen-year-old Kaitlyn Arquette. Duncan begins to suspect that the official police investigation of Kaitlyn’s murder is inadequate when detectives ignore her daughter’s accidental connection to organized crime in Albuquerque. When Duncan loses faith in the system, she reaches out to anyone that can help, including private investigators, journalists, and even a psychic. Written to inspire other families who have lost loved ones to unsolved crimes, Who Killed My Daughter? is a powerful testament to the tenacity of a mother’s love. This ebook features an illustrated biography of Lois Duncan including rare images and never-before-seen documents from the author’s personal collection.
Publisher: New York : Open Road Integrated Media, 2012.
ISBN: 9781453263587
Characteristics: 1 online resource.

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Mar 12, 2014

I remember reading this in book form and it has never left me. Lois Duncan was one of my favorite authors growing up and when I was a young adult I came across this book. It is well written with the hope that the crime will be solved. It has been years since I read this and I hope that the person responsible was found. It has a raw honest truth from the view point of a parent who happens to be a well known author. It is definitely for adults and not children.


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Mar 12, 2014

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Sumayah Briglio
May 20, 2010

The story of a mother's search for the truth behind her daughter's death shows how she was able to uncover information that the police could not.


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