Unanswered Cries

Unanswered Cries : A True Story of Friends, Neighbors, and Murder in a Small Town


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The fatal nightOn a warm Florida evening, Karen Gregory saw a familiar face at her door. What the beautiful young woman could not know was that she was staring into the eyes of her killer--a savage monster who would rape her, stab her to death, and leave her battered body on the floor outside the bedroom.The desperate searchDetectives frantically sifting through the evidence were tormented by one disturbing question after another: What did the strangely worded note from a friend mean? Why was the house so orderly, when it had been the scene of a frenzied struggle? Why were the bloody footprints on the carpet barefoot? What happened to the white lace teddy missing from Karen's drawer?The shattering discoveryPolice detective Larry Tosi stayed up nights watching the video of the grisly crime scene, looking for the one telltale clue that would lead him to Karen's killer--until slowly, and with growing horror, he realized that the maniac he was hunting was someone he knew...someone he called a friend.

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  • Paperback | 402 pages
  • 127 x 203.2 x 15.24mm | 340.19g
  • St Martin's Press
  • New YorkUnited States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 125000876X
  • 9781250008763

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About Fellow Thomas French

THOMAS FRENCH has been a journalist for three decades. For most of that time, he worked as a reporter at the "St. Petersburg Times," where he was awarded a Pulitzer Prize for feature writing. He now teaches journalism at Indiana University.

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