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For Laci: A Mother's Story of Love, Loss, and Justice

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6 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

Sharon Rocha lets the readers experiance her Precious daughter, an Angel of the Lord now, as a child, teenager, adult, and mother-to-be. She tells her story of Love, Loss and the fight for Justice. A Tribute to Laci and Conner.

I have read this book over and over. It touches my heart everytime I read it. I have been through 3 murders in my family. All were by the hands of people they thought loved them. Sharon Rocha shares her innermost feelings of love, grief, and the struggle for justice. Sh...
I have read this book over and over. It touches my heart everytime I read it. I have been through 3 murders in my family. All were by the hands of people they thought loved them. Sharon Rocha shares her innermost feelings of love, grief, and the struggle for justice. She lets us know who Laci really was: A beautiful,intelligent, creative, persistant, happy,loving, giving woman who was so looking forward to being a mother. Her honesty and grief spill out of the book. Laci and Conner are walking down the streets of gold in heaven now and "Their" story was told by the mother and grandmother who loves them so very much. Ms. Rocha tells the story, as it unfolded. This book is a must read. It will touch your heart.

posted by MrsJonesTJ on March 17, 2009

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4 out of 22 people found this review helpful.

Sad and plain wrong

It is certainly a tradgedy when a mother loses a child. This book is an attempt by Sharon Rocha to convince herself that Scott Peterson killed her daughter. It is self serving and she distorts facts to justify her guilt over an innocent man's conviction.

posted by Anonymous on January 20, 2007

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