Eight Days in Darkness: The True Story of the Abduction, Rape, and Rescue of Anita Wooldridge

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BookPros, LLC, 2010 - True Crime - 415 pages
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On June 25, 1998, Anita Wooldridge was taken from her parents' home in broad daylight by a convicted rapist. For eight terrifying days, Anita was savagely beaten and raped by her captor, who locked her in a metal storage cabinet for hours at a time. With only a steadfast faith in God to comfort her, Anita refused to give up hope that she would be found.Eight Days in Darkness chronicles the shocking events of Anita's kidnapping, including her transport across state lines, and the impressive efforts of local authorities and FBI agents which led to her rescue and the dramatic capture and conviction of her abductor. Anita's story is still used today as a case study for prospective FBI agents, and Eight Days in Darkness paints a portrait of the real-life battle between good and evil.
 

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Enduring, Protecting and Healing Beyond Belief!

User Review  - Viviane Crystal - Borders

Brace yourself for a very difficult but very necessary story that is unfortunately all too true! The writing is expressed for two purposes: first, to complete another phase of the healing process for ... Read full review

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User Review  - BellaFoxx - LibraryThing

This is the true account of the abduction of Anita Wooldridge on June 25, 1998. She was taken from her parents' house, her abductor was not a stranger but he was definitely not a friend either, and he ... Read full review

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