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FREE READ Abducted ó PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ [PDF / Epub] ☉ Abducted Author Charlene Lunnon – Gwairsoft.co.uk In 1999 at the tender age of ten Charlene Lunnon and Lisa Hoodless were snatched as they walked to school Over the next week they were held captive tortured raped and almost killed News of the girls' In at thPoint as they struggled to reconcile themselves to their painful memories and to each other Abducted is their astonishing first hand insider account of how it feels to be kidnapped how they survived their horrific ordeal and how they have found the strength to move on and rebuild their lives. so glad they are out there living their happy endinggood luck girls3

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Fe return as a massive police hunt failed to turn up any clues But then a miracle happened The girls were found alive their abductor was arrested and the case was closed But there was to be no such closure for Charlene and Lisa Over the coming years their friendship was strained to breaking. Charlene and Lisa Those 2 poor little girls abducted on there way to school this is there story of what happened to them and how they survived the abduction and cruelty well written 5 STARS

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AbductedIn at the tender age of ten Charlene Lunnon and Lisa Hoodless were snatched as they walked to school Over the next week they were held captive tortured raped and almost killed News of the girls' disappearance dominated the headlines and the entire country held its breath praying for their sa. I picked this book up at a neighbour's garage sale because the offences occurred in Sussex where I used to work as a police officer Also because I am interested in missing persons casesCharlene Lunnon and Lisa Hoodless were abducted by paedophile Alan Hopkinson in 1999 They were located by 'chance' when the police attended the address they were being held in to make enuiries about other sexual offences against children They had been subjected to terrible abuse for 4 daysThe girls tell the story themselves Although the book was published some 10 years after the offences the telling is child like which makes it disturbing in some ways One of the girls details how she had been abused already by a family friend so was 'used to it' One girl's parents decided to separate just weeks after the ordeal so she had to endure the pain of her mother leaving the family and moving in with another man Both girls hated the counseling they were forced to sit through for weeks on end not wanting to dredge up memories of events that they would rather just forget about Both girls entered emotionally abusive relationships in their late teens and one became pregnant The other later found a stable partner and had a child but she was still very young at the time Once in their twenties they restored their fragile friendship which had fallen apart after their shared traumaI wonder if there will come a point when the girls regret being as open as they have been about what happened to them Their school friends were openly talking about it at the time which caused a lot of problems for them but that is understandable and there was nothing they could really do about it But I uestion the wisdom of placing so much explicit detail in the public domain They say that they want to make sure that the offences of their captor are known so that he will be unable to re offend Maybe that says something about their faith in the criminal justice system or lack of itThis is a story told in explicit and sordid sexual detail Every interaction is documented probably partly for the purposes of making a full length book that would sell I skipped the entire middle section of the book about their captivity as it was just too graphic I don't see what possible benefit can come from anyone knowing such explicit detail about what happened to themThe book was also full of bad language I hope these girls having survived their terrible ordeal will one day realise that Jesus offers the only true hope for their lives and future I can't recommend this book for Christian readers