The Stalking of Kristin: A Father Investigates the Murder of His Daughter

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Penguin Group USA, Dec 12, 1996 - True Crime - 400 pages
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In May 1992, investigative reporter and grief-stricken father George Lardner, Jr. began his own pursuit of the truth after his daughter, Kristin, was savagely murdered by her ex-boyfriend following months of abuse. What he exposes in his findings is a scathing indictment of the legal system's failure to protect her, as well as the series of events that led to her brutal death, in this heartbreaking true crime account. Eight-page photo insert.

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Review: The Stalking of Kristin: A Father Investigates the Murder of His Daughter

User Review  - Laurenx - Goodreads

Such a tragic story. Lardner is an excellent writer that has taken the time to share his daughters tragedy with the world. Hopefully it will reach young women and educate them about the warning signs of abusers and the way that these criminals can ruin, or end, innocent lives. Read full review

Review: The Stalking of Kristin: A Father Investigates the Murder of His Daughter

User Review  - Lenny - Goodreads

Depressing story of a real life incident. The father poured out his angst in too many pages profiling the incompetency of the Boston Police Department as well as the legal system as a whole. Read full review

Contents

THE STALKING OF KRISTIN 1
261
EPILOGUE
289
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
303
Copyright

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