The Dead Girl

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Pocket Books, 1991 - Murder - 430 pages
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Berkeley student Roberta Lee went running with her lover Bradley Page in 1984. Page came back alone and Roberta's battered body was found five weeks later. Within hours, Page confessed to Roberta's murder--and then recanted. Written by Roberta's closest friend, this haunting, multi-layered work is a superb collage of memory, loss, and redemption. Illustrated throughout.

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User Review  - Jessica - Goodreads

This is a difficult book to review. I went into expecting more of a True Crime analysis of the murder and trial but since this is written by the "Dead Girl"'s best friend it was more about memory and ... Read full review

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User Review  - Julia Holloway - Goodreads

I am simply in awe about this book. So raw and moving. Read full review

Contents

The First Interpretation
17
Adam
38
The Second Interpretation
47
Copyright

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About the author (1991)

Thernstrom is a journalist and creative writing teacher. She graduated from Harvard University in 1987

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