An account of the murder of Shanda Sharer describes how four girls, all under the age of eighteen, tortured, mutilated, and murdered the twelve-year-old girl. Original.
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The words of a murderer: "This should not have happened. This is not me. It's so stupid when you think about it. It shouldn't have caused a death. I don't blame me. We just need a little growing up. We were young, and we still are." Aphrodite Jones takes the reader into the world of several teenage girls in small-town southern Indiana--their clothes, rock music, and fascination with offbeat spirituality, and also their lesbian jealousies and penchant for violence. This book provides a useful balance to an earlier account by Michael Quinlan (Little Lost Angel). Jones's style is less dramatic than Quinlan's, but she devotes more space to the family backgrounds and psychological complexities of the two girls whose hot-vs-cold temperaments meshed to bring about the murder of 12-year-old Shanda Sharer.About the Author:
Aphrodite Jones is an award-winning American reporter and author who writes about unusual and puzzling murder cases. Her knack for detail allows her to dissect bizarre homicide stories and bring readers into the hearts and minds of victims and their killers. Now, the author has taken her career to TV as the executive producer and TV host of the ID series, "True Crime with Aphrodite Jones," which airs on Investigation Discovery. In it, Jones uncovers secrets about some of the most high profile cases in America, from Jon Benet Ramsey to O.J. Simpson, from Anna Nicole Smith to Casey Anthony, the author re-investigates and reveals details never known before. These days, Aphrodite Jones, who’s written a string of best-selling true crime books, is also commenting on the crime mysteries lurking behind news headlines as she joins Dr. Oz for "True Crime Tuesdays."
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Descripción Pinnacle, 1994. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P111558178848
Descripción Pinnacle, 1994. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería M1558178848
Descripción Estado de conservación: Brand New. Book Condition: Brand New. Nº de ref. de la librería 97815581788471.0