SPOKEN IN DARKNESS by Ann Imbrie
SMALL-TOWN MURDER AND A FRIENDSHIP BEYOND DEATH

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The friend of a murdered young woman investigates the events that led this small-town girl into the sordid world of drugs and prostitution and reveals how she came to be the victim of a serial killer.
 

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Published May 14, 1993 by Hyperion. 261 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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``It could have been happening to me,'' Imbrie says, in a narrative that skips from cleareyed reminiscence of growing up in bucolic (and restrictive) Bowling Green, Ohio, through the author's search for the facts of the case, past a tense three-chapter dialogue with her own mother (the setting fo...

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Lee Snavely, a 24-year-old heroin addict and prostitute, was murdered in Michigan in 1974 by a serial killer.

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Imbrie leaps from the near-Gothic sufferings of Lee Snaveley to her own grievances not only against the parochialism of Bowling Green but against her parents, who, she feels, were narrow in outlook and overly private in manner.

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