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Seventeen S Terrifying True Teen Stories


Author : Seventeen
language : en
Publisher: Open Road Media
Release Date : 2012-10-02


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What would you do if your house were robbed—while you were in it? What would you do if you were kidnapped? Or if you needed brain surgery? In Seventeen’s Terrifying True Teen Stories, eleven teen girls share how they bravely handled life’s most tragic and frightening challenges. The details are crazy, but their stories are amazing!

Trout


Author : Jeff Kunerth
language : en
Publisher:
Release Date : 2012


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Chronicles the killing of a worker at an auto store in Pensacola, Florida, in 1991, the crime perpetrated by teenagers who had been hired for the hit.

Seventeen S Shocking True Teen Stories


Author : Seventeen
language : en
Publisher: Open Road Media
Release Date : 2012-06-05


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Prepare to be blown away! Shocking True Teen Stories collects some of the most amazing and unbelievable reader stories ever printed in the pages of Seventeen magazine. One girl, for instance, reveals how she lost both her best friends to drug overdoses. A shoplifter confesses that she couldn’t stop stealing, while another reader shares how she was secretly homeless for years. In all, twelve brave teens share the gritty details in their own words, so you can learn from their experiences.

True Love


Author : Seventeen Magazine
language : en
Publisher: Hearst Books
Release Date : 2007


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Tells true stories about girls who, after falling in love, overcame incredible odds, yielded to peer pressure, or acted heroically.

Forces From Beyond


Author : Brian Lane
language : en
Publisher: Avon Books
Release Date : 1997-04-01


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A collection of some of the most disturbing crimes in modern history features killers who were motivated by the occult and covers such cases as the Son of Sam, the Zodiac Killer, and Charles Manson. Original.

An Hour To Kill


Author : Dale Hudson
language : en
Publisher: Macmillan
Release Date : 2001-03-02


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Describes the brutal rape, murder, and mutilation of seventeen-year-old Crystal Todd, the investigation into the crime, and the surprise arrest of Ken Register, a clean-cut, church-going, friend of the family. Reissue.

Fiend


Author : Harold Schechter
language : en
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Release Date : 2012-11-13


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A MONSTER PREYED UPON THE CHILDREN OF NINETEENTH-CENTURY BOSTON. HIS CRIMES WERE APPALLING -- AND YET HE WAS LITTLE MORE THAN A CHILD HIMSELF. When fourteen-year-old Jesse Pomeroy was arrested in 1874, a nightmarish reign of terror over an unsuspecting city came to an end. "The Boston Boy Fiend" was imprisoned at last. But the complex questions sparked by his ghastly crime spree -- the hows and whys of vicious juvenile crime -- were as relevant in the so-called Age of Innocence as they are today. Jesse Pomeroy was outwardly repellent in appearance, with a gruesome "dead" eye; inside, he was deformed beyond imagining. A sexual sadist of disturbing precocity, he satisfied his atrocious appetites by abducting and torturing his child victims. But soon, the teenager's bloodlust gave way to another obsession: murder. Harold Schechter, whose true-crime masterpieces are "well-documented nightmares for anyone who dares to look" (Peoria Journal Star), brings his acclaimed mix of page-turning storytelling, brilliant insight, and fascinating historical documentation to Fiend -- an unforgettable account from the annals of American crime.