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"Part memoir, part murder mystery and part diatribe, this book targets socially conservative Christians, but much of its content will undoubtedly engender sympathy in a broader audience. . . .As we read their account of the hellishness of their lives since their daughter's murder, we realize that nothing about this situation has ever been fair and simply mourn that they had occasion to write this book at all."―Publishers Weekly on The Death of Innocence
John Bennet Ramsey was born in Omaha, Nebraska in 1943. He attended Michigan State University and graduated with a Masters Degree. In 2009, he completed discipleship training at YWAM's University of the Nations. The suffering in his life has given Ramsey a unique platform to speak to other suffering people, offering them encouragement and hope. He now considers this his calling and a way to serve God. Ramsey is the proud father of his surviving children Melinda, John Andrew, and Burke.
Outstanding! Book was in pristine condition. Super fast shipping. Many thanks.PatPublished 4 months ago by Patricia A. Gallagher
What a shame. Too bad his wife never lived to see the case solved.Published 5 months ago by Louise Cage
the human spirit can endure an awfully lot. Mr. and Mrs. Ramsey did just that-i would hesitate to say i could do it. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Donna Hunnicutt
What a shame she wasn't cleared before her death. Never did I think they had anything to do with their daughters death.Published 10 months ago by kaylie8*
John Ramsey is a wonderful man. You will enjoy his book--very interesting!Published 11 months ago by BeachBabe
I couldn't put this book down. His story, while wrapped around a devastating personal tragedy, reveals the sleazy underside of the media: how they twist nothing into something,... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Amazon Customer