Amy: My Search for Her Killer – Signed

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“Poignant and wonderfully well-written.” ― Richard North Patterson, New York Times bestselling author of Silent Witness

“I fell in love with Amy Mihaljevic not long before her body was discovered lying facedown in an Ashland County wheat field. I fell for her the first time I saw that school photo TV stations flashed at the beginning of every newscast in the weeks following her kidnapping in the autumn of 1989―the photo with the side-saddle ponytail . . .”

So begins this strange and compelling memoir in which a young journalist investigates the cold case that has haunted him since childhood.

It’s one of Northeast Ohio’s most frustrating unsolved crimes. Ten-year-old Amy Mihaljevic (Muh-ha-luh-vick) disappeared from the comfortable Cleveland suburb of Bay Village. Thousands of volunteers, police officers, and FBI agents searched for the girl, who was tragically found dead a few months later. Her killer was never found.

Fifteen years later, journalist James Renner picks up the leads. Filled with mysterious riddles, incredible coincidences, and a cast of odd but very real characters, his investigation quickly becomes a riveting journey in search of the truth.

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1 review for Amy: My Search for Her Killer – Signed

  1. Rated 3 out of 5

    seem to love Amy, claimed Margaret was ‘angry’ with the child all the time. I wish, so much, that this had prompted a deeper dive. Angry about what? How often? Where and when? And did Margaret’s anger prompt her, on that one day outside the riding school, to ‘Throw Amy’s boots out the window and drive away’? Add that Amy was an unkempt ‘ragamuffin’. This tracks not just with Margaret’s preoccupation with booze, but also with Amy’s willingness to meet the abductor who had called her (and reportedly other children as well) to rendezvous in order to ‘buy a present for her Mom’. Why would this little girl – who was, by EVERY account, highly intelligent – forsake her own safety to get into Margaret’s good graces? What, the

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