Missing Or Murdered In Missouri: Unsolved and Solved Cases

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Xlibris Corporation, Aug 11, 2011 - True Crime
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There is one murder I am very familiar with, that of Tammy Lynn Smith. The writer can be forgiven for believing the family about not sending her into the night etc. Interviewing any one that lived around there would have told them that Tammy was sent to the supermarket many times late at night for groceries, I personally heard her mother or sisters on more than one occasion yelling at her to go fetch them some thing or other and walked with her a few times. Many in the neighborhood felt horrible for how she was treated, publicly, by her family. Tammy had a really hard, short, life and the cops that originally investigated were ham handed, illogical and victimized Tammy, blaming her all over again! Perhaps the writer did not want to alienate the police, let alone bring guilt back to the family (deserving as it might be), but at the very least get the geography right! Go to the neighborhood. Even now with Division street much widened it is quite easy to see that the shop she was killed in and the garage she was left in nearby is no where near the route she would have taken to get to the store or back to her house. 

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Great book, including the details of the 3 Missing Missouri Women, occupy a chapter in this book.

Contents

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
9
FOREWORD
11
PREFACE
15
Unsolved
21
A stacked deck
123
Balancing the Scale
129
Hope
163
Crime is Personal
167
Relationship Murders
185
Searching For EvilWhy People Kill
193
Psychic Investigation
203
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