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Author by : Lionel Dahmer Languange Used : en Release Date : 1995 Publisher by : Sphere ISBN : 0751513105 File Size : 53,9 Mb Total Download : 602
On July 23, 1991, Milwaukee chemist Lionel Dahmer discovered - along with the rest of the world - that his son Jeffrey was a murderer who, over a period of many years, had carried out some of the most ghastly crimes ever committed. As the trial progressed, and the crimes of his son were graphically detailed, Lionel began to place himself in the dock beside his son. In the torturous weeks following Jeff's conviction, he continued his descent towards that harrowing point at which the line of his own life inevitably intersected with his son's. This book is not the story of Jeffrey Dahmer at all,
Author by : Lionel Dahmer Languange Used : en Release Date : 1995-06-01 Publisher by : Avon Books ISBN : 0380725037 File Size : 40,5 Mb Total Download : 216
The father of serial murderer Jeffrey Dahmer, unaware of his son's ghastly crimes until they were publicized, explores his relationship with his son and the origins of madness in a memoir that examines the dark side of human nature. Reprint.
Author by : Manjit Virk Languange Used : en Release Date : 2011-02-01 Publisher by : Heritage House Publishing Co ISBN : 9781926613222 File Size : 52,8 Mb Total Download : 938
Shortlisted for the 2009 George Ryga Award. This is the story of an average family that has never been the same . . . since its eldest child was swarmed and killed by her peers on a moonlit night, November 14, 1997 . . . It is the story of what sudden and horrific violence can do to a family, and how a family somehow remains intact in the face of such events. —from the prologue by Lynne Van Luven At the time of their 14-year-old daughter Reena’s murder, Manjit and Suman Virk had already been let down by both social-services and law-enforcement authorities. They had struggled with the chall