The Prologue begins:
My youngest sister, Mickey, has been eighteen for more than twenty-five years now. That’s how old she was in the summer of 1980—when he murdered her. Anthony J. LaRette, Jr. was from out of town. We’d find out later, much later, that he was also a serial killer.
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This is an intensely personal story about the murder of my youngest sister on a perfect summer morning in the peaceful town of
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ORGANIZATIONS FOR ABOLITION OF THE DEATH PENALTY
RESOURCES FOR FAMILIES OF MURDER VICTIMS