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Bringing Adam Home by Les Standiford
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Mar 09, 2012

really liked it
Read from March 08 to 09, 2012

Very good book giving the details behind the murder of Adam Walsh and his killer Ottis Toole. My heart ached for the Walsh's, especially Reve and the enormous guilt she must have felt as a mother wondering "what if" or "only if". I was absolutely disgusted and furious with the inept bungling by Jack Hoffman (he should be ashamed of himself if his enormous ego would let him) and the Hollywood, Florida police department. If any so called good came out of this it's John Walsh's tenacity in bringing laws into the books protecting children and by putting scum into jail. I have no words for a lowlife like Toole. It's just scary knowing there are monsters out there like him.

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