What Lisa Knew
Zebra Books, 1990 - Fiction - 414 pages
A brilliantly researched investigation into the psychological, sexual, and social forces behind one of the most horrifying domestic crimes of the decade--the murder of six-year-old Lisa Steinberg.
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What Lisa knew: the truths and lies of the Steinberg caseUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
Coming from esteemed novelist Johnson-- In the Night Cafe ( LJ 3/1/89) and National Book Critics Circle Award-winner Minor Characters ( LJ 1/15/83)--this rather routine exploration of the Lisa ... Read full review
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Tells the true story of Lisa Steinberg, the six-year-old who was killed at the hands of her adoptive lawyer father and mother. Read full review