Without a Trace: The Disappearance of Amy Billig--A Mother's Search for Justice
On March 5, 1974 -- the same day that rival motorcycle clubs roared through suburban Miami in celebration of their annual "Bike Week" -- seventeen-year-old Amy Billig left home to meet a friend for lunch ... and vanished. Several days later, Amy's frantic mother, Susan Billig, received an anonymous phone call saying that her daughter had been carried off by one of the biker gangs. And so began Susan's harrowing and extraordinary twenty-five-year search for her lost child -- an odyssey that led a desperate parent into the seedy heart of a dangerous subculture built on drugs, rebellion, brutality, and sex; a relentless hunt for the truth that showed her the best side of humanity...and the very worst.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - LibraryThing
What a sad book this is. When I picked this book to read (Based on the raving reviews on amazon) I did not know what it was about. Yes someone was missing. Then I started reading and felt so sorry for Susan. I think this is one of the saddest books I've ever read. Here I was thinking, please find her now. After I've read it I still had a lot of questions and could not forget the characters. For me that means it is a good book. That even when you've read it you still keep thinking about it.
Review: Without a Trace: The Disappearance of Amy Billig--A Mother's Search for JusticeUser Review - Goodreads
Susan Billig was and incredible person and mother. The book is difficult to put down. Like other TC novels, I can't say I "enjoyed" it, but the story is unbelievable and writing is well done.