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The Disappearance of the Springfield Three

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In June of 1992, two teenage girls who have just graduated from high school, Suzie Streeter and Stacy McCall went to Suzie’s house to spend the night after a really long day of celebration and parties. They were looking forward to moving to the next stage of their life. Suzie’s mother, Sherrill Levitt was at the house as well. All three of them mysteriously vanished in the ...more
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Published March 18th 2017
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Lydia Larue
Nov 26, 2018 rated it liked it
On June 7, 1992, Sherrill Levitt, Stacy McCall, and Suzie Streeter vanished. They left behind no evidence of where they went or who abducted them. “The Disappearance of the Springfield Three” by Ana Benson tries to tell the tale.

Benson does not begin well. Benson riddles this book with grammatical inaccuracies, and these errors makes one have to double-down with their focus while reading it. Most of the time, I can overlook the odd error or two, but it lessened my enjoyment. Despite this, Benson
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Sherri Smith
Jul 11, 2017 rated it liked it
Good read

This was a very good read! It gave the facts but did so I an interesting way. It's frightening to think of the different scenarios within this story.
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Ronnie Cramer
Sep 09, 2018 rated it it was ok
A mother and daughter (plus the daughters' friend) turn up missing and are never heard from again. Very interesting though the author has a distracting habit of mixing past and present tense.
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Very short book about the disappearance of three women from Springfield, Missouri. If you like true-crime stories and unsolved cases, you will enjoy this book.
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Shelves: true-crime-books
Interesting but still unsolved

In June 1992, a mother, daughter, and daughter's friend vanished from the mother/daughter's home in Springfield, Missouri, and have not been seen since.

The story is quite brief because not much information is available.
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Good informative book

I liked the book, but there were a few typos and obvious grammar mistakes. Regardless they were easy to pass over and quickly forget. I'd like to see an updated version with any new information and maybe a chapter on Larry DeWayne Hall and any accomplices that has come out since it's publication. Maybe they were the ones police wouldn't mention to the public in driving the van, working construction, etc.?
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