JOSIE'S JOURNEY. The Inspirational Story of Britain's Bravest Girl

Author: Russell (Shaun)
Year: 2000
Publisher: BBC
First Edition
Edition Details: 1st edn.
Book Condition: F/F
ISBN: 9780563537144
Price: 5.00
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Hardback. On July 10, 1996, Josie Russell was left for dead alongside her mother Lin and 6yr old sister Megan, both killed in a brutal hammer attack in East Kent. The whole country was shocked by the tragedy, and Josie's fight for life quickly captured the hearts of millions. In photographs and on film, Josie's humour, strength and immense courage shone through, even though she was unable to speak and doctors feared she would be brain-damaged for life. Over the next 4yrs. and after two major operations, Josie made a remarkable recovery. Here for the first time, and in his own words, Shaun Russell retells the events of the Russell Murders, from the details of his family's early life together and their happiness in Africa and Wales, to the horror of the killings and his subsequent devotion to the recovery of his surviving child. This book accompanied the BBC documentary, 'Josie's Journey', broadcast in 2000. From the library of true-crime writer, Wilfred Gregg, with his personal b/plate. F. in f. dw.

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