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by Keith Benton Calhoun

eBook 400 Hours: A Father's Journal of His Daughter's Kidnap and Murder download ISBN: 0966307828
Author: Keith Benton Calhoun
Publisher: Aweigh Pub Co; 1st edition (January 1, 2000)
Language: English
Pages: 199
ePub: 1678 kb
Fb2: 1112 kb
Rating: 4.7
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Category: Biography
Subcategory: True Crime

400 Hours: A Father's Journal of His Daughter's Kidnap and Murder.

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Kenneth John Bigley (22 April 1942 – 7 October 2004) was a British civil engineer who was kidnapped in the al-Mansour district of Baghdad, Iraq, on 16 September 2004, along with his colleagues Jack Hensley and Eugene Armstrong, both United States ci. .

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Parker, the daughter of a Los Angeles banker, was kidnapped and killed by William Hickman. The subject's body was never found but his father was convicted of his abduction and murder. A few days after being paid a small ransom, Hickman was arrested and tried. On 19 October 1928, Hickman was executed for his crime.

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400 Hours: A Father's Journal of His Daughter's Kidnap and Murder.
Comments: (3)
Gaua
I actually had the extreme fortune of working with Hollie at the local grocery store in Madison, MS in the early 90's and I found out about her death when I was at home visiting from college in ATL. I was mortified to find out that she was killed and even more so that anybody would do that to her. She was THE most caring, honest and funniest person I've ever known. She was amazing! I can only imagine the pain it is for Mr. Calhoun father to write such an in-depth account on the loss of not only his daughter, but Hollie, as a person. I didn't believe it was about her until I saw her picture on the inside flap cover. This book doesn't even convey how good a person Hollie really was and its even more heartbreaking for me because I really knew her. A phrase that Hollie would say everytime she was right about something, "Thank you for playing!" I still use it today.
Geny
I found 400 Hours to be an extremely poignant and gut wrenching story.The authors pain was horrific.I came away feeling that I knew the entire family and had somehow gone through the entire grieving process with them.It's all there.The author made it easy to read by weaving in and out of the various family members and how they each came to grips with the loss of Hollie.I highly recommend this book.
Chankane
With this book you really feel the pain of Hollies family and the agony they went through during her disapearance and eventual recovery.I really felt like I got to know who Holly really was.