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Anyone's son by Roberta Roesch
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Anyone's son

by Roberta Roesch

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The Harry De La Roche family was, seemingly, the perfect family next door. Yet, on a Thanksgiving weekend the entire family was murdered except for Harry, Jr.
What went wrong with this family? In this unprecedented first-person account by a young man of the murder of his family, readers will track the deadly symptoms of a family life gone wildly awry.

Harry De La Roche tells his story of a troubled teenager with heartbreaking conflicts. This is a horrifying story of brutal murder, but it is also an extraordinary inside picture of murder's aftermath -- bungles and delay, the loss of key evidence, controversial defense tactics, and crucial psychiatric testimony.

Based on hundreds of hours of in-depth jail interviews substantiated by heavy research and documentation, this is the only book that offers a first-hand account of the De La Roche tragedy. A powerful portrayal of an unforgettable character whom everyone knows from somewhere -- and whom some will find uncomfortably close to home. ( )
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