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Barbara Davis (1) (1951–)

Autor(a) de Suffer The Little Children (True Crime)

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I wanted more details on a few facts. For instance, Davis stated that no evidence wrt mitigating circumstances was given, per Darlie Routier's instructions to her attorneys. Mitigating circumstances were the only thing standing between her and the death penalty! No reason is given.

On the whole, though, this is an excellent book about the case, and gets more to the heart of motive than other works about the murder of Damon and Devon Routier.
carlahaunted | 1 outra resenha | Jan 8, 2019 |
on Monday, May 16, 2005 I wrote about this book.

Actually I was reading another book but was so curious I decided to read a few pages. Well I could not put it down so I am reading this first. I have read the first 50 pages. One negative thing I have to mention is that this writer constantly tells what is going to happen. I hate that. I prefer not to know what is going to happen. Thanks to her I already know that 1 of the women will end up in jail. bah
I read another book of her, about Darla who murdered her 2 sons.

Update may 18 2005

God this book is so shocking can't stop thinking about it
I am very pissed off how biased Barbara Davis writes.
Its all about excuses for the 2 women. They did not run away because they were scared for there children's life. Oke but they did try to kill themselves, and if they managed, that would leave there children with the abuser!!!
So they think they are better off dead, but what about those kids. They did not choose this life
This book is a very good read, you can't put it down but as you can see, it is very emotional.
I am at page 201 right now, so 2/3th of the book

finished it. It was a fast read, but I still think Mrs Davis was very busy constantly defending the women. That Sherry one, did not even want to help the prosecution
Also I noticed there were some sentences she kept repeating.
But the story was very interesting, shocking so I have to give the story a 9 the writing a 7, overall a 9 cause the story is one you never forget

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Marlene-NL | 1 outra resenha | Apr 12, 2013 |
on Thursday, February 07, 2008 I wrote:

A book I read years ago and really enjoyed.Stupid me, back then I thought I had to many books so I sold some of them, to buy new books including a copy of this book.(I did get more money than I expected, I remember that, 14 to 19 euros?)I always felt stupid for doing that so I am so glad I managed to mooch a copy on bookmooch.Planning to re read.

And that was what I did. Still such a sad and well written book. I know the author decided to change her view after all the contact with Darlies family and some evidence. bruises of Darlie and other things.

I am sorry but even after reading a lot about both sides I still think she is guilty.
The big news the family told everyone in 2008 and you can find on many sites was that Darlie had won the right to re test the DNA. Weird that after that there was a big silence. Poor little boys.

read at about 2003
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Marlene-NL | 1 outra resenha | Apr 12, 2013 |
This was a hard read (emotionally) but it was worth it for me. It was very eye opening.
melanieveley | 1 outra resenha | May 3, 2010 |

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