Silent Sisters (Paperback)
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Paperback Published: 18/04/2019
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A deadly secret. A horrifying discovery.

A daughter tells the devastating true story her mother tried to hide...

Growing up in a chaotic home on Merseyside, young Joanne raised herself and her brother and sister, while her mother lapsed into a downward spiral of drinking and casual sex.

But the consequences of her mother's messy lifestyle turned out to be far worse than Joanne could ever have imagined.

In Silent Sisters, the daughter who was falsely accused of murdering her own baby sister tells the full story for the first time since exposing her mother's crimes.

Publisher: Mirror Books
ISBN: 9781912624300
Weight: 236 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 23 mm

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“Gripping true crime memoir. I've not read anything quite like it before.”

What a story. Such a sad childhood, so many things happened, you just can't imagine. It kept me reading on and on. It was action packed; it tumbled along at a heck of a pace. A really quick easy read. You just... More

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Linda Hepworth

“A harrowing and deeply disturbing memoir.”

This deeply disturbing memoir starts in 1998, with an account of Joanne Lee digging an eighteen-inch deep hole, with her bare hands, in the family grave in order to bury the body of a baby girl which she and her... More

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