A Death in White Bear Lake

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Random House Publishing Group, 1991 - True Crime - 544 pages
Recounts the brutal murder of four-year-old Dennis Jurgens in 1965 by his adoptive parents, and Dennis's birth mother's discovery of the truth more than twenty years later

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A death in White Bear Lake: the true chronicle of an all-American town

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Using nonfiction novel style, Los Angeles Times reporter Siegel tells the story of Harold and Lois Jurgens, a Minnesota couple who adopted two children and beat the younger one, Dennis, to death in ... Read full review

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Memories 2 White Bear Lake 3 Lois and Harold
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All That a Child Could Desire
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