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A Deadly Silence: The Cold-Blooded Massacre of Three Vibrant Young Girls and the Devastating Effects on Their Survivors

Sweetman, Adele

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ISBN 10: 1475967284 / ISBN 13: 9781475967289
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Title: A Deadly Silence: The Cold-Blooded Massacre ...

Publisher: iUniverse

Binding: Hardcover

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A Deadly Silence tells a true story set in Annandale, an exclusive Pasadena neighborhood overlooking the Rose Bowl-an unlikely backdrop for a triple homicide. David Adkins and his girlfriend, Kathy Macaulay, had been dating for four years, but it hadn't been good lately. He could feel her pulling away, and he wasn't going to allow that to happen. Kathy and two of her friends, Heather Goodwin and Danae Palermo, were having a sleepover when David and two of his friends visited them.

Things turned ugly quickly, and David Adkins and one of his friends blasted them with a Mossberg 12-gauge shotgun, brutally killing all three of the girls. A telephone call prompted Heather's parents, Darrell and Mimi Goodwin, to get there quickly. When the police arrived, Darrel entered the blood-spattered room and identified the bodies of his daughter and her friends.

Detectives Mike Korpal and Tim Sweetman-husband of author Adele Sweetman-were assigned to the intense investigation. A Deadly Silence reveals their investigative reasoning and privileged findings. At a highly publicized double-jury trial, jurors heard gripping taped confessions. No motive was given. Convicted, Hebrock told his story to Adele Sweetman from his cell in Pelican Bay Prison.

This gripping, true-crime account also examines victims' rights and parents' torment when personal tragedy is converted into melodrama as front page news.

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Adele Sweetman is the author of Investigating a Homicide and Chain of Evidence for the administration of criminal justice curriculum at colleges and universities. She teaches writing and literature at Mt. Sierra College and DeVry University. Born in Pasadena, she is the mother of Lisa Ayn and Sean Michael.

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