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ISBN:
0312983093
Author:
Suzy Spencer
Category:
True Crime
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English
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St. Martin's Paperbacks; 1st Printing edition (February 18, 2002)
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Series: St. Martin's True Crime Library. Mass Market Paperback: 320 pages.

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Breaking Point (St. Martin's True Crime Library). Suzy Spencer is known for her true crime books, including "Breaking Point," the story of Andrea Yates, and "Wasted," a New York Times best-seller. 0312983093 (ISBN13: 9780312983093). Her newest book is "Secret Sex Lives: A Year on the Fringes of American Sexuality. Books by Suzy Spencer.

The Fortune Hunter (St. com User, February 9, 2009. It was a good book about a horrible crime. When I first saw this awful Tradgedy on the news I wanted Andrea Yates Hung from the nearest tree. It was very good eye opener for mental illness or Baby Blues. When I first saw this awful Tradgedy on the news I wanted Andrea Yates Hung from the nearest tree

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St. Martin's Press, 18 февр New York Times bestselling author Suzy Spencer wrote the controversial true crime book Wasted, a 1999 Violet Crown Book Award finalist, as well as Wages o. . Martin's Press, 18 февр. Breaking Point provides a harrowing portrait of the suffocating darkness at the heart of one all-American family, and exposes the private demons that pushed a mother over the edge. With 8 pages of photographs. Отзывы - Написать отзыв. Martins True Crime Library) (By Suzy Spencer) On Thriftbooks. Fatal Jealousy - The True Story of a Doomed Romance, a Singular Obsession, and a Quadruple Murder ebook by Colin McEvoy, Lynn Olanoff. List of true crime books. Fatal Jealousy: The True Story of a Doomed Romance, a Singular Obsession, and a Quadruple Murder.

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One day, Andrea Yates was a loving mother. The next, the nation was shocked by the death of her five innocent children...The 911 call that shocked the country. "I just killed my children." Why were they killed?On June 20, 2001, in a middle-class Houston suburb, Andrea Yates and her husband Russell, a NASA engineer, prepared for the routine week-day ahead. But before the morning was over, tragedy would strike the quiet family and turn the day into a nightmare. Shortly before 10 a.m., Andrea calmly summoned the police with a grim confession...One by one, Andrea Yates' children, ages 6 months to 7 years, had been drowned in their bathtub. No one who knew Andrea could picture the devoted mother capable of such an unbelievable crime or imagine the terror in the eyes of her trusting children. As their father struggled between overwhelming grief and loyalty to his imprisoned wife, an outraged nation struggled with an unfathomable question...Breaking Point provides a harrowing portrait of the suffocating darkness at the heart of one all-American family, and exposes the private demons that pushed a mother over the edge.With 8 pages of photographs.
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I bought this book for 1 cent (plus $3.99 for shipping and handling). The reason I bought it was because Andrea Yates, who drowned her 5 children due to post-partum psychosis, had requested that she be allowed to go on some field trips with the patients of the psychiatric hospital. She will be a patient there for the rest of her life. There was such an uproar about this request, that she has since withdrawn her request. I think that this is a very important book, because post-partum depression or psychosis is a very real disease. As I read this book, my heart went out to everyone involved, not just to the poor children, but to the mother who thought she had to be the perfect mom. She felt she couldn't talk to anyone about how bad she was getting. We experienced something similar with a family member who had to be hospitalized for mental health issues. She spent one week in the hospital, and they had to release her because of insurance problems, so we were left to take her home and try to take care of her.
  • Yainai
she asked for help. she got none. the switching of drugs left and right; all those babies to care for. that jewel of a hubby should be in prison himself; he was interested in making babies, not taking care of them. i would have liked to have known before reading this, who was on her side? no one. homeschooling,cooking,changing diapers, childbirth after childbirth-too soon. i would have gone completely insane long before she did. so awfully sad and i think her whole family deserves some blame for it.
  • Ungall
I enjoyed Are You There Alone more than this book.
  • Fearlesshunter
excellent book gift for my granddaughter who is training to be a nurse and has an affinity for post-partum distress in women.
  • Fordg
Sad story but a great read.
  • Dddasuk
It was very good eye opener for mental illness or Baby Blues. I hate to say it but I think her husband Rusty should have seen alot of this before and that he was part of the problem of how she was suppose to live up to what he wanted. I still say bless though poor children hard to read but yet a must and very well written. Diane P.
  • Kupidon
Read this a long time ago... well written
Very interesting true crime book. I recommend it to anyone that is interested reading about this type of stuff. :)