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Throwing Stones: Parental child abduction through the eyes of a child
by Ken Connelly
"Recent stories of long term abduction have flooded our current news. Everyone wants to know why children stay with their captor even when opportunity presents itself. The media scrambles to get expert and eye witness interviews. We place the child in front of a camera to get that smile of relief. We fail to look deeper and ask the real important questions. The young boy ...more
Kindle Edition, 189 pages
Published January 29th 2009 by iUniverse
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This is a very insightful book that tells us what it's like to live as an abducted child. Ken's story is one of confusion, secrecy, frequent moves, and submission to what has happened. I am thankful Mr. Connelly had the courage to write his story. There isn't much literature written about abduction from the child's perspective. I gave it three stars due to spelling errors and grammar mistakes throughout the text.