Gone in the Night: The Dowaliby Family's Encounter with Murder and the Law

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Dell Publishing, 1994 - Law - 484 pages
The anxiously awaited chronicle of a case that received major national media coverage--in which a father was wrongly accused of murdering his daughter--by David Protess, the award-winning investigative journalist who broke the story. An electrifying true crime story.

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Well-told story of a suburban Chicago kidnapping, murder, and miscarriage of justice. Protess (Journalism and Urban Affairs/Northwestern) wrote three major stories about the case for the Chicago ... Read full review

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A family's worst nightmare was realized when seven-year-old Jaclyn Dowaliby vanished overnight from her Chicago suburban home and was found murdered four days later. Despite evidence of a break-in ... Read full review

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