True Crime Author's Debut Novel Wins National Award
"Deeply personal, this book pulls you in from the very first page and is hard to put down." - Award Judge
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The first in Stein's series about the shortcomings of the criminal justice system, Who Took Molly Bish, narrates her journey as a consultant on behalf of Molly's family. In poignant detail, Stein takes readers behind the scenes of one of the nation's most riveting cases and exposes high ranking bureaucratic secrecy in Massachusetts.
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"Who Took Molly Bish is the gripping and emotional story of the abduction of Molly Bish, and the social and political influences involved in the investigation surrounding her untimely death. Dr. Stein provides a deeply personal account filled with vivid, brilliant descriptions that make you feel as though you are living through each maddening circumstance with her." —Elite Choice Awards judge
Who Took Molly Bish was released on June 24, in honor of the 20th anniversary of Bish's abduction on June 27, 2000. Stein is donating all royalties from the book to the advancement of law enforcement and legislative efforts to help improve the handling of unresolved cases in the U.S.
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