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Stabbed in the Heart: Three Murdered Children, Two Resilient Mothers

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Two courageous women share their heartbreaking stories of the murders of their only children. Through the power of their stories, understand the impact of crime, the stages of grief, the struggles they endured on their unique journeys, and the importance of families and friends.


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Two courageous women share their heartbreaking stories of the murders of their only children. Through the power of their stories, understand the impact of crime, the stages of grief, the struggles they endured on their unique journeys, and the importance of families and friends.

45 review for Stabbed in the Heart: Three Murdered Children, Two Resilient Mothers

  1. 5 out of 5

    Ruth Ann

    Read this book in preparation for a domestic violence panel discussion with the three authors sponsored by the MPC Peacemaking and Justice Committee. Well-written, the book is an emotional account of the murder of Lynn's young children killed by their father and Nancy's daughter whose murder was arranged by the daughter's husband. The story continues with what happens through the media coverage and during the years after the murders as Lynn and Nancy journey through their pain. Both women emerge Read this book in preparation for a domestic violence panel discussion with the three authors sponsored by the MPC Peacemaking and Justice Committee. Well-written, the book is an emotional account of the murder of Lynn's young children killed by their father and Nancy's daughter whose murder was arranged by the daughter's husband. The story continues with what happens through the media coverage and during the years after the murders as Lynn and Nancy journey through their pain. Both women emerge from their deep grief to become active in supporting victims and families affected by violent crime.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Kathleen Wells

    The gripping account of two mothers whose children were murdered. One mother lost two young children to murder by their own father, who then took his own life. The other mother lost an adult child whose murder was arranged by her husband. The story of the mothers' survival is inspiring, but at times very hard to read. I cannot imagine what it must have been like for them. Our Peacemaking and Justice Committee is reading this as part of their study of domestic violence. The gripping account of two mothers whose children were murdered. One mother lost two young children to murder by their own father, who then took his own life. The other mother lost an adult child whose murder was arranged by her husband. The story of the mothers' survival is inspiring, but at times very hard to read. I cannot imagine what it must have been like for them. Our Peacemaking and Justice Committee is reading this as part of their study of domestic violence.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Christa

    I won this book in a Goodreds giveaway. This really show the grieving of lost ones and what happens to not just the family but everyone involved in murders.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Jane

    Very well written and inspirational. Wish there was no reason to write it though.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Kathie

    Heartbreaking account of the murders of the children of two women. The story continues to describe stages of grief, forgiveness, and life after the devastating loss of a child. Both women are dedicated to various projects to increase awareness of domestic violence and its prevention.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Mary Hann

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    Debee Sue

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    Nicola Kane

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    Melanie

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    Charlene Hertzog

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    Anjelina

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    Dese'Rae

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    Cierra

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    Valerity (Val)

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    Nan W

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    Denise Taylor Campbell

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    Becky Yutzy

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    Lynn Shiner

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    Natalie Monk

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    Lisa Zoll

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    Aly Norris

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    Judith

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    Jeanette

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    Micielle

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    Frederick Rotzien

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    Joanne

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    Terry Pearson

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    Nicola Fantom

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    Elaine Dale

  30. 4 out of 5

    SALLY WHITE

  31. 4 out of 5

    Andrea Trenary

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    Pam

  33. 5 out of 5

    Lynn

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    Sheri L.

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    Carol McFarlane

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    Tenesha

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    Debbie Kennedy

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    Patricia Atkinson

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    Stacia Chappell

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    Dianne

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    Dawn Obrien

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    Donna Chadwick

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    Wanda Walz

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    Siu

  45. 4 out of 5

    Joanne

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