The Stalking of Kristin: A Father Investigates the Murder of His Daughter

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Penguin Group USA, Dec 12, 1996 - True Crime - 400 pages
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In May 1992, investigative reporter and grief-stricken father George Lardner, Jr. began his own pursuit of the truth after his daughter, Kristin, was savagely murdered by her ex-boyfriend following months of abuse. What he exposes in his findings is a scathing indictment of the legal system's failure to protect her, as well as the series of events that led to her brutal death, in this heartbreaking true crime account. Eight-page photo insert.

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THE STALKING OF KRISTIN: A Father Investigates the Murder of His Daughter

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A painful account of a murder, told by a hard-boiled journalist who is also the victim's father. Lardner transformed his anger into a Pulitzer Prizewinning series of articles for the Washington Post ... Read full review

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In May 1992, Kristin Lardner, a young art student in Boston, was murdered by her ex-boyfriend, despite a restraining order against him. This horrifying act of "domestic violence" occurred the same ... Read full review

Contents

THE STALKING OF KRISTIN 1
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EPILOGUE
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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
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