Loving Natalee: A Mother's Testament of Hope and Faith
This is the story no one should have to tell, about the nightmare no one wants to live, told by the parent no one wants to be.
In May of 2005, Beth Holloway received the worst phone call a parent can imagine. Her beautiful daughter, Natalee, had disappeared without a trace in Aruba during her high school senior class trip. Two years later, for the first time, Beth Holloway steps forward in this astonishingly candid and inspirational memoir to tell of her harrowing ordeal and her never-ending belief in the power of faith that gave her hope against all odds.
Natalee's senior class picture was splashed across the front pages of the country's newspapers and on television. Desperate for a clue as to her daughter's whereabouts, Beth and an army of faithful volunteers searched tirelessly for the missing eighteen-year-old. In their pursuit of Natalee, they encountered many roadblocks. As the horror stretched out, Beth stood on her foundation of faith, which at times was all she had to give her strength against a barrage of unbearable questions with no answers.
Natalee's disappearance remains unsolved and her location unknown to this day. Beth's search continues.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Bookworm247 - LibraryThing
I tell you, this one will break your heart into pieces. Beth continually ran into walls fighting the Aruban government. Her daughter hasn't been found to this day. Read full review
Loving NataleeUser Review - darla62 - Overstock.com
I bought this book and could not put it down... I read it in two days. It should be read by every parent and teenager. I thought Beth did an excellent job of making you feel as if you were part of ... Read full review
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Loving Natalee: The True Story of the Aruba Kidnapping and Its Aftermath
Limited preview - 2009