Robert Scott: The Last Time We Saw Her

About it so I read it again for inclusion on Goodreads It s uite sad the principal victim is a teenage girl and it begins to drag once the egal wrangling begins but overall it s uite interesting Very well researched by the author however it seemed Dance and Cultural Diversity like the author felt the need to include every fact heearned about these cases no matter insignificant It was hard to keep track of who was who and follow the seuence of events The story sometimes got ost in the details Good Book Although the court case at the end dragged on a ittle for me I recommend though Very slow. The stories of other women made it clear that Courtney was pure evilIncludes dramatic photosPraise for Robert Scott and Shattered InnocenceCompelling and shockinga ground breaking book Robert K TanenbaumFascinating and fresha fast paced informative read Sue Russel.

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I was excited to read this book I remember when Brooke disappeared I heard about it on Nancy Grace I have a passion for the missing so it really interested meThe beginning of the book was very good but then it bogs down and parts of it were a real snore I was hoping to Pilgrim Snail learn about the kind of person Brooke was It gives some detail then goes off intoegal crap Also it has a centerfold of pictues but only one of Brooke Well two if you count the missing poster But the photos are shoddy uality The rest of the photos are uninteresting and of suspects and the culprit I d Deeply Loved Sadly MissedBlonde 19 year old Brooke Wilberger was raised in a close knit religious family On a summer morning in Oregon while cleaning ampposts at an apartment complex managed by her sister Brooke vanished One moment she was there the next moment

Ather see pictures of the victim So I say it was okay not the best As other reviewers have said this book was interesting in parts but it would have been better as a much shorter book The courtroom scenes are for the most part repetition of what we were told during the investigation It is an engaging story about a pretty young woman who goes missing the summer of 2004 in Oregon and the search that ensues for her and her killer A straight forward true crime book with plenty of interesting detail I read this when it first came out in 2012 but didn t remember too much. Ll that was eft were her flip flops and the echo of her scream Her family suffered five Loving Lies (Summer Lovin, long years toearn that their worst fears were true Brooke's ife had been snatched brutally away by Joel Courtney a serial predator who said he hadn't meant to kill her But.

Robert Scott was an investigative journalist and crime expert