One night, Juliet Mykyta, aged sixteen, did not come home.  Two years later her murdered body was found in a paddock near Truro, South Australia. She was one of seven young women, who died in what became known as the Truro murders. The author, Juliet’s mother, lived through what many of us fear – the endless waiting, the dread, the eventual fact  of her daughter’s death and the terrifying isolation of pain. Anne-Marie’s struggle to survive will help the families and friends of all victims of violent crime. It will impress n young people – like nothing else could – the dangers to which they are often oblivious.  A devastating book by a brave and wise woman.