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Dance With the Devil: A Memoir of Murder and Loss Paperback – August 4, 2015
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Watching the documentary seems like a walk in the park compared to the book. So much pain and suffering for just one family to endure. It just angers me to no end the loop holes this woman was able to get through and the amount of courage and bravery Kate and David showed during this time. Truly, they are inspirations and I hope I have the strength they have, if I should ever encounter this nightmare.
Kate and David, thanks for making the book available for a small time. Thanks so much for being a strong resounding voice and pushing forward. You are definitely my heros and who I strive to be like.
I found the book after watching the documentary "Dear Zachary" and I would recommend that as well. The book delves even deeper into the tragedies and gives insight into how David and Kate survived the unthinkable. His father writes about it as few could and gives details I am sure he would rather forget. He is honest and straight forward, while being open and letting you peer into their pain, which is at times almost unfathomable. What they have gone on to do in the names of both their son and grandson truly show what amazing people they are and I think most of us can agree we wish we could know them, be more like them, and at the same time, hope we never have to be in their shoes. I have not felt so much for someone I have not met and wished I could ease their suffering. It is an amazing book and it honors two amazing lives.
The terrible crimes committed against the Bagbys are an infamous example of why we need more stringent laws to deal with (whatever choice term- psychopaths, sociopaths, anti-social personality disorders, people who are not psychotic but cannot be trusted to refrain from harming other human beings). Nothing can ever make whole the losses that the Bagbys have suffered. I only wish I could tell them that I'll carry their powerful example with me for as long as I exist.