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Going through Hell without Help from above: A True Crime Memoir
     

Going through Hell without Help from above: A True Crime Memoir

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by James Eder
 
A candid true crime memoir by the father of a 22 year old rape and murder victim. It reads with the pace of a novel and recounts how an ordinary middle class family copes with the brutal death of a daughter and the dramatic trial of her accused murderer. It also relates how it is possible to survive such a tragedy without spiritual support.

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A candid true crime memoir by the father of a 22 year old rape and murder victim. It reads with the pace of a novel and recounts how an ordinary middle class family copes with the brutal death of a daughter and the dramatic trial of her accused murderer. It also relates how it is possible to survive such a tragedy without spiritual support.

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ISBN-13:
9780972964500
Publisher:
Axle Publications
Publication date:
07/28/2003
Pages:
152
Product dimensions:
6.08(w) x 8.96(h) x 0.39(d)

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5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I highly recommend this book to anyone and everyone. Mr. Eder provides a courageous incite into a horrible event that allows readers to truly experience what him and his family had to endure. I bought this book yesterday and stayed up until I finished it. Not only was it a very interesting account, but it was also something that everyone could relate to in some way.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book is amazing! I couldn't put it down! Eder is beautifully spoken and writes with pure honesty, emotion, and detail. Of course I'll never know what it's like to be in his shoes but this book comes close. He makes the intense thoughts of a father, husband, teacher, and human being during a time of crisis so real to the reader. There are things in this book that we can all relate to like the loss of a loved one, questioning of your worthiness as a parent, and questioning your relationship with God. Eder raises the questions we have all considered at one point in our lives - How can an all loving God allow such horrible things to happen? and Are our troubles in life punishments from God? I highly reccomend this book to anyone and everyone. The content is universal wether you believe in a God or not, wether you believe the world is an evil place or a good place, we all have something to gain from understanding the experiences of others.