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Broken Doll

Auteur(s): Burl Barer
Narrateur(s): Kevin Stillwell
Durée: 9 h et 5 min

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In May, 1988, in Everett, Washington, four-year-old Feather Rahier disappeared while playing outside after dinner. Her frantic cries drew Feather's mother to the dark garage that was home to Richard Matthew Clark. Clark had stolen the child, bound, and gagged her, and begun to undress her. Only at the last instant was the little girl saved by her mother's desperate intervention. The next victim wouldn't be so fortunate.

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  • Brooke E. Conlan
  • 2019-03-26

Could not keep my attention

I am a big fan of Burl Barer. I think I have read most of his true crime books. This one, I could not finish. It was written in a style that was choppy and hard to follow. I did not learn enough about the charters involved to invest the time to complete the book.

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  • Claire
  • 2019-04-13

excellent information on FAS / f a e

I'd suggest you read the very end which deals with fetal alcohol effect and fetal alcohol syndrome before beginning the book. so much of what happens here is determined by What happened to the criminal before he was ever born. Very enlightening

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  • Cheree D White
  • 2019-07-11

Didn't like it!!!

I Had a hard time getting through thebook. I found it hard to get though. It starts out depressing and got worse from there. Didn'tlike it.