Three Boys Missing: The Tragedy That Exposed the Pedophilia Underworld

Three Boys Missing The Tragedy That Exposed the Pedophilia Underworld Three Boys Missing tells the heart breaking story of a brutal attack and murder in This tragedy shocked the nation and brought further dismay when the perpetrator escaped justice for than year

  • Title: Three Boys Missing: The Tragedy That Exposed the Pedophilia Underworld
  • Author: James A. Jack
  • ISBN: 9780977628148
  • Page: 400
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Three Boys Missing tells the heart breaking story of a brutal attack and murder in 1955 This tragedy shocked the nation and brought further dismay when the perpetrator escaped justice for than 40 years As one of the first law enforcement officers assigned to the case, Mr James Jack has dedicated 50 years of his life to ensure that the significance of this story isThree Boys Missing tells the heart breaking story of a brutal attack and murder in 1955 This tragedy shocked the nation and brought further dismay when the perpetrator escaped justice for than 40 years As one of the first law enforcement officers assigned to the case, Mr James Jack has dedicated 50 years of his life to ensure that the significance of this story is not lost in history This tragedy is about than the lost lives of three boys It forced us to acknowledge the undeniable presence of pedophilia in our society and raised our awareness of the horrible people who prey on our children This book is required reading for those who seek to understand the nightmare of pedophilia which we live with today And it demonstrates why the lessons learned from law enforcement and other agencies, through this and other child molestation tragedies, should be heeded to protect the children of today and tomorrow.

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    1. Oh my god. This book is so horribly written. So horribly written. It is awkard in pacing, and feels disjointed. It isn't structured well. I didn't like the author's voice at all, and it really lessened my enjoyment of the book. I was puzzled in the beginning when Detective Jack, who had been on the force for many years, said that three preteen boys, naked in a pile and having been strangled to death, was the worst thing he'd ever seen in his life. I just don't buy that. If it's true - was he wri [...]

    2. Very sad and eerie book about the murder of three young boys in suburban 1950s Chicago. The main part of it is a manuscript written by one of the lead detectives on the case and as a result it has a gritty and authentic 1950s voice. The manuscript ends abruptly and switches gears to a final act written by a different author that disrupts the flow of the book but still it is a very good read.

    3. I would give this 3.5 stars.It was a very interesting book, as it was written by the detective who was first on the case and who worked it through to the end. The crime occured in 1955, and the book was written in first person. So there was a lot of dialogue and it was hard to imagine that the author really remembered so much exact detail. But it was still good.The byline, "The Tragedy That Exposed the Pedophilia Underworld" was interesting. That title led me to believe (before reading it) that [...]

    4. Three Boys Missing tells the tragic true story of three young boys abducted and murdered in the Chicago area in the 1950's, and of the 40 year search to bring their killer to justice. The author was a detective on the case from the start, Detective James Jack, who took the initial missing persons report from the father and spent countless hours scouring the streets, alleys, and forest preserves around Chicago. What was most astonishing about this case was how many other crimes and criminals were [...]

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