The Lost Girl : How I Triumphed Over Life at the Mercy of Fred and Rose West, Paperback Book

The Lost Girl : How I Triumphed Over Life at the Mercy of Fred and Rose West Paperback

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When Caroline Roberts accepted a job at 25 Cromwell Street, the infamous address of Fred and Rose West, she was only 16.

Realising that there was something very malevolent about the couple, she left their employment soon after, glad to be rid of them.

The story should have ended there. A month later she was abducted by the Wests and suffered violent sexual abuse at their hands before being told that she would be killed and buried.

Through a combination of luck and quick thinking, depite the trauma of what had happened, Caroline managed to escape to freedom.

This is her story of those fateful days and the appalling aftermath...

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  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 288 pages, 8 illustrations
  • Publisher: John Blake Publishing Ltd
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: True crime
  • ISBN: 9781843581482

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This was an ok read - this girl did show courage during her ordeal but I don't think she was as innocent as the book makes out.Back Cover Blurb:When Caroline Roberts accepted a job at 25 Cromwell Street, the infamous address of Fred and Rose West, she was only 16. Realising that there was something very malevolent about the couple, she left their employment soon after, glad to be rid of them. The story should have ended there.A month later she was abducted by the Wests and suffered violent sexual abuse at their hands before being told that she would be killed and buried. Through a combination of luck and quick thinking, despite the trauma of what had happened, Caroline managed to escape to freedom.