On a chilly, gray autumn afternoon in 1984, a patrolman was dispatched to an inner-city tenement in Auburn, Maine to investigate the report of a possible fire. What he found inside the building's smoke-filled, second-story apartment was not a fire but something far more horrifying -- the charred body of a 4-year-old girl, Angela Palmer, who had been stuffed into the oven o...more
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Published October 1st 2010 by Authorhouse
(first published September 30th 2010)
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I read this based on the fact it was a crime committed 45 minutes from where I live and grew up. Very very difficult, but I feel it was over all well written. I am intrigued by all things crime, crime novels and Investigation Discovery, I could watch it endlessly. Based on that alone it gives a pretty intimate and difficult glimpse into the darker side of a news headline.
Mar 20, 2011 Becky rated it 3 of 5 stars · review of another edition
Difficult subject matter, but I remember when this horrific crime occurred when I was in high school. I now live quite local and frequently drive by the building and think of that poor little girl.