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I came across this book just by chance and I am so glad I did.
As far as the story, some is accurate some is not. this was in no way to be a story of why 29 is so bad, but what can happen to people if they get lost there.
This is one of the best true crime books I have come across...as a 30 year fan of this particular genre I rarely have read anything written so well.
Sorry - she is not an excellent writer.
Very much disliked her writing skills.
Too much wandering and not enough of the straight facts. Read more
I lived there, I loved the people. I thought the book was awful and it really made me mad. I was not around when this murder occured. Myhusband was in the marines. Read morePublished 2 months ago by kathy boylan
I've driven near Twenty Nine Palms going to Vegas or Palm Springs.
I may have even stopped for gas there once. Read more
I have bought this book three times. Each time I read it I find something new. My children get the copies that I have read. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Robert W.
Rather disorganized and hard to follow, not the best storytelling I've ever read. Stillman says she is drawn to the Mojave Desert but grew up in Ohio, and it shows through pretty... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Michael
The book kept leaping around. The heart of the story are those girls. I lived across the street from the girls. You didn't paint a great story of my town. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Cathy Howell
I have been to Twentynine Palms and found it a desolate,isolated place.
However,the girls mad risky choices and lived promiscuous lives. Read more
First of all, Twentynine Palms by Deanne Stillman is overly dramatic, almost gushing in its hyperbole. Read morePublished on December 16, 2012 by Jeani Rector
I purchased this book because I knew one of the attorneys in it. Unfortunately, Mr. Hardy passed away prior to me receiving the book. Read morePublished on July 12, 2012 by LawGurl