Every Mother S Nightmare

Author: Charles Bosworth
Editor: Onyx
Size: 14,41 MB
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Reveals the harrowing story of two mothers, Jude Govreau and Mari Winzen, whose children were brutally killed by a vicious murderer, and recounts their efforts with a lone district attorney to bring the murderer to justice. Original.

Every Mother S Nightmare

Author: Mark Thomas
Editor: Ibooks
ISBN: 9781596873032
Size: 10,10 MB
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A dramatic account of the killing of two-year-old James Bulger describes how the shocking crime took a monstrous turn when it was discovered that the killers were two young boys whose actions were caught on security camera footage. Original.

Every Mother S Nightmare

Author: Neil Milkins
ISBN: 9781905967117
Size: 15,26 MB
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Every Mother S Nightmare

Author: Carla Monsoon
Editor: WestBow Press
ISBN: 1477238387
Size: 10,26 MB
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Carla and her husband Dean fought for custody of Dean's 2 children, Annie and Peter, following the news that they were living with their mother and a paedophile. The children had been damaged beyond repair following their treatment and what ensued was a testing time rebuilding the lives of 2 children and a court battle that would take 2 years to get through. Following the lengthy residency battle, they hoped that all their troubles were over, however, their troubles were only just beginning.....................

Every Mother S Nightmare The Murder Of James Bulger

Author: Mark Thomas
Editor: ibooks
ISBN: 1596879327
Size: 13,55 MB
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A first-hand riveting and dramatic account by a master journalist of one of the “crimes of the century”—the killing of two-year-old James Bulger in England, which caused a worldwide sensation as the murderers were two boys themselves. Includes a new introduction for the ibooks edition. More than almost any recent crime, the killing of two-year-old James Bulger shocked and horrified all those who witnessed its unfolding on security camera footage. The discovery that the killers were but boys themselves forced a national (and international) self-examination: what kind of society could breed such a monstrous act? Reporter Mak Thomas tells the story of this unthinkable crime and its aftermath. He asks the questions, “How did it happen?” and “How can we make sure it will never happen again?” Mark Thomas is a journalist for the Press Association, Britain’s national news service, and in the past worked as a newspaper crime reporter. He lives in London.

Max Clifford Read All About It

Author: Angela Levin
Editor: Random House
ISBN: 0753549026
Size: 14,63 MB
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'Max knows more secrets of the rich and famous than anyone in the world' Piers Morgan Max Clifford is the media guru everyone calls when they want to know about a celebrity story or a celebrity's relationship with the media. Starting out as a junior member of the press department at EMI, he has become one of the most influential figures in today's society, and a household name. What is less known is the other side to Max: the stories he keeps out of the papers; his stand against corruption; his mischievous sense of humour; his dedication to helping people from all walks of life; his love for his wife of nearly forty years who tragically died of cancer; and his devotion to his daughter Louise who, at six,was diagnosed with juvenile rheumatoid arthritis and is permanently disabled. The essential memoir for those interested in both PR and celebrity.

Betrayal Of Minds

Author: Josephine Brown
Editor: Chipmunkapublishing ltd
ISBN: 184747358X
Size: 14,55 MB
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DescriptionThis book describes a journey through the Mental Health system, where Josephine Brown has stood many times in defence of her son, David, at first aged just 13 years old. This mother needed more than average strength and defiance to rescue her son from a persecuting system. She lost everything: home, marriage and, ultimately, health herself.But if asked ""Was it worth it?"" she replies ""Yes, it was. My reward ? my son.""This book should be read by anyone experiencing difficulties with those treating them or their relatives within the NHS. It is not only a source of huge courage but one of invaluable knowledge about mental health and practical and legal help and guidance. About the AuthorJosephine Brown is a courageous woman and a courageous mother. She spent over a decade fighting for the just treatment of her son, sectioned in an Adult Psychiatric Ward aged only 13 and subsequently detained for the financial benefit of medical practitioners despite repeated complaints from Josephine and even the police. Josephine's journey led her to hospitals, bailiffs, courts, tribunals and eventually to justice but also it would seem to a greater understanding of how to help people experiencing mental distress than a great number of people in the profession.

Mother And Daughter Reflections

Author: Pat Ross
Editor: Andrews McMeel Publishing
ISBN: 1449441262
Size: 19,25 MB
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Author Pat Ross explores the bonds of mother, daughter relationships in Mother and Daughter Reflections. The many facets of this richly embroidered theme unfold before the reader's eyes in sixty-five revealing black-and-white images. These photographs are both vintage and contemporary and include posed portraits as well as spontaneous snapshots. The ages and stages of mothers and daughters are easily recognizable and familiar. A timeless image captures a touching moment after a daughter's birth; another shows a hair-combing session where both the hair and the relationship obviously have grown somewhat more tangled; yet another shows undeniable support and affection in seasoned smiles. As readers pour over these rich images, they will surely identify with the many moments and feelings shared between mothers and daughters of all ages, both yesterday and today. Pat Ross pairs engaging photographs with sensitive, and often witty, passages from the writings of a varied group of expressive women-from little-known historical pieces to selections by writers such as Anne Morrow Lindbergh, Kaye Gibbons, Louise Bernikow, and Nancy Friday. This extraordinary collection nurtures as it celebrates the powerful ties between mothers and their daughters. These ties can be as varied as mothers and daughters themselves-quiet, dynamic, highly charged, playful, affectionate, sustaining, constant, offering unconditional love and searching for it still. There is something in Mother and Daughter Reflections for every woman-generations of mothers and daughters, sisters, and other loving women in one's life.

Mother Child

Author: Carole Maso
Editor: Catapult
ISBN: 1619020904
Size: 12,23 MB
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A mediation on life and death, being and non-being, and the intense mystery and beauty of existence, Masos new novel follows a mother and child as they roam through wondrous and increasingly dangerous psychic and physical terrain A great wind comes, an ancient tree splits in half and a bat, or is it an angel, enters the house where the mother and child sleep, and in an instant a world of relentless change, of spectacular consequences, of submerged memory, and uncanny intimations is set into motion. It is as if a veil has lifted, and what was once hidden is now in plain sight in all its splendor and terror as the mother and child are asked to bear enormous transformations and a terrible wisdom almost impossible to fathom. As the outside can no longer be separated from the inside, nor dream from reality, the mother and child continue, encountering along the way all kinds of characters and creatures as they move through a surreal world of grace and dread to the end. The bond between Mother and Child is untouchable, unrealizable until it is lost, and this meditation pushes the envelope, inching ever closer to touching it, to realizing it.