Innocence Lost

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Pocket Books, 1990 - True Crime - 291 pages
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Midlothian, Texas, was a good, safe place to raise kids, far removed from the violence of urban America. Then the community was shattered by the cold-blooded murder of a young undercover policeman--committed by some of Midlothian's own teens. A shocking, true crime drama!

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User Review  - Marlene-NL - LibraryThing

Sorry do not remember and cannot find any data about it except that I thought it was worth reading according to best of list. so it could also be a 3 star book. Read full review

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Headlines daily tell of the horrors caused by the soaring rate of drug abuse in the United States. The lives of innocent victims as well as users are constantly being ruined by involvement with drugs ... Read full review


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