Please Don't Let Me Die

Please Don't Let Me Die

by Pat McCarthy

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Patrick McCarthy led a simple, unassuming life. He and his family were thrust into a world where very few have traveled. After a night spent with friends, his sixteen year old daughter was found dead in the morning. What happened? Who is responsible? Patrick seeks answers and justice for those responsible. Follow the pursuit of justice from a grief stricken father, written as events were unfolding. Current books only deal with grief. This book includes a father’s grief, the legal system with its complications and a lengthy trial with an unexpected outcome.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940148487289
Publisher: Carpenter's Son Publishing
Publication date: 05/01/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 320
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Patrick McCarthy was a general contractor in the state of Washington. After the death of his 16 year old daughter, he seeks justice for those that he feels are responsible. He moved his family to Oregon in 2010 where they currently reside. Patrick has been married to Lisa for twenty three years and is the father of seven children, Danielle being the youngest.

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Diana0 More than 1 year ago
Please Don’t Let Me Die By: Patrick J McCarthy I really liked the book. It was really sad what the family had to go through. I can’t imagine going through all they did and to find out why she died. This book held me captive till I finished it. It is very emotional book. I think the book holds lot of lessons for us as parents. Knowing where your child is and knowing their friends is a start. It is so awful what Danielle went through but also the family went through a lot. Sad her life could have been spared if she would have been taken to a hospital a little thing to pump out the stomach could of saved her. Glad to see justice done. I really recommend this book.