The Death of Innocence by John Ramsey
(Precious Moments Seasons of Faith)

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The Death of Innocence is part memoir, part murder mystery...[It] paints more than a plausible picture of a family victimized at first by the horrific murder of a young girl and then by a relentless media and police campaign to smear their reputation and prove their guilt. As we read their account of the hellishness of their lives since their daughter's murder, we realize that nothing has been fair.

* What the stunning DNA evidence actually revealed
* What the Grand Jury really heard
* The truth about the photographs doctored by the press
* The startling oversights of the Boulder police
* Why officials neglected to follow any other leads
* Every lie, myth, rumor, and innuendo invented by the media to ruin the family's reputation
* The actual findings of forensic experts
* The inside information that could finally bring the real killer to justice

Includes 16 pages of personal photographs.
 

About John Ramsey

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John R Ramsey, a minister for the past twenty-four years, is the founding pastor at Harvest Worship Center, a non-denominational church in Panama City, Florida. His passion for sharing God's Word in fresh and interesting ways led him to write Samantha of Samaria, in hopes that those who are thirsty for change and for a taste of God's love will find what they're looking for in these pages. Pastor Ramsey lives in Panama City with his wife, Brandy, and their three daughters.
 
Published March 17, 2000 by Thomas Nelson. 396 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help, Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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Part memoir, part murder mystery and part diatribe, this book targets socially conservative Christians, but much of its content will undoubtedly engender sympathy in a broader audience. In response to

Feb 28 2000 | Read Full Review of The Death of Innocence (Preci...

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Part memoir, part murder mystery and part diatribe, this book targets socially conservative Christians, but much of its content will undoubtedly engender sympathy in a broader audience. In response to

Feb 28 2000 | Read Full Review of The Death of Innocence (Preci...

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