The Murder in a Child’s Mind by Rita Marcoli

Guilty was the cry of the gavel in the courtroom that April day of 1995. A slender redheaded girl hung her head and was escorted out of the courtroom in handcuffs. Still, it was hard to see from my side, as an investigative reporter, how a judge could give a juvenile seventy-three and a half…

51cGu+CEIKL._SX322_BO1,204,203,200_Guilty was the cry of the gavel in the courtroom that April day of 1995. A slender redheaded girl hung her head and was escorted out of the courtroom in handcuffs. Still, it was hard to see from my side, as an investigative reporter, how a judge could give a juvenile seventy-three and a half years in prison. In the next few months, I really wanted to dig further in what happened in this case.

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“Fascinating read”

Five Star Review on Amazon By Kim Crickard

This was a well researched book. Sad to see the verdict, and to see our judicial system work this way, but I suppose it is more prevalent than many of us realize.

About the Author

Rita Marcoli was born in Palo Alto, California, and was raised as a country girl with a flair for writing. She holds a master’s degree in psychology, speaks three languages, is a world traveler, and is well-versed in criminal law. This is Ms. Marcoli’s second book.

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