Customer Review: This is an excellent book debunking the junk science of MSBP, now called PCF (pediatric condition falsification). It shows how this is just a fad of "mommy bashing", with mostly male doctors feeling threatened by advocate oriented, knowledgable moms. While MSBP may occur in very rare cases, the rash... more info
Customer Review: Many readers have accurately said this book is not the best written account of crimes so hideous they should be fiction. I still have the book but it has been a while since I've read it. What I can add is the fact that two unidentified bodies of young women were found several years apart and it was... more info
Customer Review: I hate to start with a cliche like, "You won't be able to put it down", but from its very first words,this book kept my eyes riveted to the page. Fortunately, you can easily read it in one or two sittings. From the time he was born until he ran away from home as a teenager, Wayne Theodore's life was... more info
Customer Review: On Sunday morning, April 11, 1965, the badly bruised and battered body of 3 1/2 year old Dennis Jurgens was reportedly found in his crib by his adoptive parents, Harold and Lois Jurgens, who claimed he had fallen down the evening before. Rigor mortis had already set in when the police arrived, and... more info
Customer Review: This book is great. I started reading books on the subject of sexual abuse when I was 15 (when I told) and am now 19. I have read all of the popular book out there on this subject (paticularly The Courage to Heal by Ellen Bass) and have found others helpful, but none of them have ever compared to... more info
Customer Review: I certainly hope Ray Broderick is not actively interviewing children and I desperately hope the courts do not listen to his analysis as there will most certainly be excess adults in prison for false accusations of abuse of all kinds. Ray's approach is misleading children more than some offenders... more info
Customer Review: This book is a must-read for anyone who employs or cross-examines expert witnesses. And, frankly, anyone who might be called upon to give expert witness testimony would be well-advised to read it as well.
Stern's book is thorough, covering every aspect of expert witness testimony, and is full of... more info