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#fredandrosewest
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kaysworld1
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I wouldn't say this is a good book but it does have some detailed information in it to fill in gaps.
The thing that pissed me off with this is the fact she kept in contact with her mother after she was found guilty and then went about life as normal. You don't keep in contact with people if they have been sentenced to life imprisonment for multiple murderers and sexual abuse of you and your siblings.#readingthelibrary #librarybook #fredandrosewest

kaysworld1 It took me 2 attempts to read this book. It's not a book I will ever read again. Bit it did give me a insight to what the children went threw and how far the reporter's and journalists would go for a juicy story, and that is shameful on them! 3w
TrishB I have no idea how she could still keep in contact either 🤷‍♀️ 3w
ljuliel I don‘t like books when someone‘s family member is found guilty of horrible crimes , then they write a book about it ( or do a podcast) to tell the world. If I had a family member who did those things , I‘d change my name and move far away or else I‘d spend the rest of my life trying to change laws and make things more difficult for the criminals, and better for victim‘s families. 3w
kaysworld1 @TrishB It was strange she could cut off her dad in second's but it took almost loosing her closest sister to start shutting the door on her mother so to speak. 2w
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#currentlyreading this book.
It's not a good subject to read about but I am always interested in everyone's side of things.
From what I have read so far Mae is defending her mother and blaming everything on her dad, that's making me angry they both took park in everything! #librarybook #readingthelibrary #fredandrosewest #truecrime #murder #reading #books ☠️💀📚🔪

RachelO Wow, that sounds like a difficult read. 3w
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