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You'll Never Find My Body

3.81  ·  Rating details ·  52 Ratings  ·  8 Reviews
No Evidence. . .On April 22, 1991 three young children waited for their mother, Ann Racz, to return with a takeout dinner. Instead, their father showed up with a small bag of cold French fries and said their mother had gone away. Ann's children didn't believe it. Neither did her friends. And neither did the police. But there was zero evidence that anything had happened to ...more
Paperback, 320 pages
Published January 1st 2009 by Pinnacle
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Jul 11, 2017 rated it it was ok
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I've given it two stars because the facts in the case are interesting even if the book is poorly written.

It says something that I'm putting this down after reading 320 of 373 pages (the page count on goodreads is wrong). If you can make murder boring, you've really done something.

The author had a lot of material, included everything, and repeated it endlessly. One positive note: if you forget any of the facts of the case as you're reading, you don't have to worry. He'll remind you.

Boring isn't b
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Oct 05, 2011 rated it really liked it
Shelves: true-crime
This Book is about a husband who is put on trial for Murder after she disappears in 1991. The main character in this story being John Racz seemed to me at the beginning of the book that he could have been innocent. Yes, he did have humanly flaws however his demeanor and temper didn’t strike me as a murder from the get go like I usually sense in other convicted murderers. However my opinion of his guilt did change with time in reading the book and especially after seeing the 16 year gap between f ...more
Nov 21, 2017 rated it liked it
Sad & tragic story!
Sandra Burns
Mar 23, 2017 rated it it was ok
I felt that it had too much detail, about things and people in the case. The beginning was ok. The middle really dragged, but the trial part was good. It was a bit wordy, as I like my true crime with as litttle extra information as possible. Get to the point. Felt that basic information on some of the people would have been enough. Chapters on the detectives lives and some of the other people was tmi. Took me 4 evenings to read. I can usually read a tc in a night.
Lynda Kelly
Jun 17, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: true-crime
This was a case I'd never heard or read about before and was fascinating in that the victim was sadly never found.......a real tragedy to her family, especially her 3 children. I'm pleased justice of sorts finally came for them. I hated to read about how John's defence team tried to turn her kids against the memory of their mum and seemed to succeed with two of them. That was a mean ploy and also tells you a lot about the sort of selfish arse their father is. Anything to save his own skin, clear ...more
Jan 17, 2016 rated it liked it
A little long-winded.
Suzie Flohr
Nov 21, 2013 rated it really liked it
Shelves: crime
loved this book, John Racz is a bastard... just let them know where the body is... it was more about the case not the trial... that's why I liked it so much
Angie crosby
Sad story that I first found on television. Though the case was interesting the book was dry and without passion by the author.

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Don Lasseter has written five true crime books for Pinnacle plus 16 magazine articles that were reprinted in Pinnacle's anthology books about murders. In addition to being a crime writer, Mr. Lasseter is a WWII historian who frequently lectures on the subject in schools, at service clubs, and for veteran's groups. He accompanies his talks with slide packages titled "WWII, Then and Now", consisting ...more
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