Sins of the Father

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Fawcett, Aug 4, 1993 - Fiction - 341 pages
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On a lovely fall day in 1969, a peaceful middle-class suburb, Eileen Franklin's father raped and killed her best friend, Susan. And then she repressed the memory for nearly twenty years. Soon Eileen was assaulted with memories of her violent family life, and her own terror, pain, and loneliness. As a child, she had never expected to live very long, and now she understood the reason why--and that she would have to act in the name of justice....

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The problem with this book is that DNA evidence has shown that Eileen Franklin's father did not commit the crime she accuses him of, that he was in a union meeting with several other people when Eileen claims he was killing his victim, and he could never have committed the other murders which she claims to have witnessed. 

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One of my favorite genres is true crime and I've read probably hundreds of them but this was the second one I ever read (Helter Skelter was first). Sins of the Father is a very disturbing story that ... Read full review


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Wright lives in Pennsylvania, New York and Florida.