Second Sunday Author Series Women's Voices, Women's Stories With Caitlin Rother

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Second Sunday Author Series Women's Voices, Women's Stories with Caitlin Rother, author of Then No Once Can Have Her

About the Author:

New York Times best selling author, Caitlin Rother has written or co-authored ten books. As a Pulitzer-nominated investigative journalist, Rother worked nearly 20 years for daily newspapers. She now writes books full-time, appearing regularly on TV and radio as a crime expert. Rother draws from decades of experience reporting on a wide range of topics -- from addiction, suicide, mental illness and murder to politics and corruption at City Hall and in Congress. Lost Girls, her most controversial book, tells the story behind the murder of San Diego area teenagers Chelsea King and Amber Dubois by John Gardner.

About the Book:

Then No One Can Have Her (November 2015) chronicles the life and murder of Carol Kennedy, an artist, therapist and mother of two -- 35 days after the finalization of her divorce from her "soulmate" and father of her children, investment broker Steve DeMocker. Sentenced for her murder in the small mountain town of Prescott, Arizona, DeMocker and his family believe he was wrongly convicted.

Review (of Lost Girls)

Lost Girls, Caitlin Rother’s gripping account of the chilling disappearances of two San Diego area schoolgirls, is a must read that goes beyond Chelsea King’s and Amber Dubois’s terrible fates at the hands of John Gardner. Rother paints a compelling picture of the victims' families’ heartbreak that illustrates how courage can spring from desperate grief, while also giving us a nuanced inside look at how and why the two police investigations ended with such different outcomes.” -- Sue Russell, author of Lethal Intent
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By: Women's Museum of California