Innocence lost

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Pocket Star Books, 1990 - Law - 291 pages
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Midlothian, Texas, was a good, safe place to raise kids, far removed from the violence of urban America. Then the community was shattered by the cold-blooded murder of a young undercover policeman--committed by some of Midlothian's own teens. A shocking, true crime drama!

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Review: Innocence Lost

User Review  - Lori Gottshalk - Goodreads

The book was well written, but I was more engrossed because this took place too close to home. Too much of this .... the town, the people, the drug culture...resembled the life I grew up with in the ... Read full review

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User Review  - Marlene-NL - LibraryThing

Sorry do not remember and cannot find any data about it except that I thought it was worth reading according to best of list. so it could also be a 3 star book. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
9
Section 3
21
Copyright

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About the author (1990)

Rev. Carroll Pickett is today an outspoken anti-death penalty activist. He is retired from the Department of Corrections but still preaches near Huntsville, Texas.
Carlton Stowers is the author of more than two dozen non-fiction books, including the Edgar Award-winning "Careless Whispers," the Pulitzer Prize-nominated "Innocence Lost," and "Open Secrets," He has also written two books for children--A Hero Named George and Hard Lessons--which are being used by elementary schools as part of their drug and gang prevention program. He and his wife live in Cedar Hill, Texas.

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