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In the Wake of Death: Surviving the Loss of a Child

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Book Description
In one of the most intimate and courageous books ever wirtten on the loss of a child, Mark Cosman shares his grief, anger, and despair over the 1991 murder of his teenage daughter Berlyn--killed while she slept at a post-prom party in the suburban Los Angeles home of a friend.
Book Information
PublisherMoyer Bell Ltd.
BindingHardcover (2 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages177
Publication Date06/1996
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About Mark Cosman (Author) : Mark Cosman is a published author of young adult books. Published credits of Mark Cosman include In the Wake of Death: Surviving the Loss of a Child.
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