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Best friends Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman went missing on Sunday 4th August 2002 in the sleepy  village of Soham, Southern England. Desperate searches were made by police, locals and service men from the local air base. As appeals where made on TV, one of the men appealing for their safe return was Ian Huntley. Unaware, the parents made a plea with Huntley stood side by side. Huntley was holding a terrible secret, he was the abductor and murderer of the girls. This book takes an in depth look at  Ian Huntley and the hunt for the missing girls, his arrest and every detail of those terrible days in Soham. The trial is covered in full as Huntley tried to wriggle out of what he did as well as the false alibis given by his girlfriend Maxine Carr, who was to become the most hated woman in Britain. After his conviction, Huntley was brutally attacked in prison and had his throat cut, every detail of this twisted, sick man is covered in this book

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Lack of respect for our fellow humans
January 5th, 2015
This book is very basic and also reflects the inability of all regional police forces to pass unbelievably serious offences to each other, I expect the old chesnut "we will all learn from this" will be bandied about again .but its only the countries future that matters isnt it.No one takes responsibility for anything good or decent any more . A.F.Daniels (father of 2 girls)
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