At the time of her disappearance, Laci was 27 years old, seven and a half months pregnant, and a vibrant presence in the lives of everyone who knew her. How, Sharon wondered, could Laci so suddenly become a missing person? That very word missing seemed premature, somehow suspect. From that first moment, Sharon knew with a mother's instinct that something, beyond the alarming news itself, was terribly wrong. As the world now knows, she was right. Nearly two years after that night, a jury in the State of California found Scott Peterson guilty of the murder of his wife and their unborn son, Conner.
Until now, the world has not had an answer to a question that held countless millions in its grip. Through all the relentless media coverage of this unspeakable crime and subsequent trial, we all wondered: What would it be like to experience such a horror involving your own child and grandchild? What, indeed, was Sharon Rocha feeling?
©2005 Sharon Rocha; (P)2006 Books on Tape
We all (most of us) recall where we were the day we heard the verdict. Now, read For Laci and find out what was happening in the minutes and conversations that were not covered by the trial. Sharon's story is a Mother's Heart. I looked for a way to say "Happy Birthday Sharon" on 11/1, I felt so much for her as I listened.
This book centers on one thing, raw emotion. Ms. Rocha tells her story from the depths of her soul. She tells of her desperate search for Laci - while her husband is calling his girlfriend, selling Laci's SUV and trying to sell the house.
No man who has one ounce of compassion would act the way Scott Peterson did. I have the sense that he would have looked harder for his dog then he did looking for Laci and his unborn child.
I see websites proclaiming Scott's innocence. Most cases are settled on evidence - only the original people involved really know what happened. Scott had the most important things against him when he went to trial; motive and opportunity. His defense was weak, because he has no explaination for his whereabouts when Laci disappeared - and the inconsistencies in his story are enormous.
His scheme backfired - unfortunately when it came crashing down, it took numerous people with him. And good has come out of this, but in the end it is just truely a deeply sad story. My heart goes out to Laci's family for their tremendous loss.
Just BADBOY being BADBOY
I hate to give this book a 5 all around cause it's not a happy story or happy ending but I did cause it shows how much a mother loves her daughter. so sorry for there lose.
This is a very captivating story. I was engulped in the true story during the height of the investigation and ultimate resolution. Thank you for having an 'Unabridged' version.
It captured the book in detail
This story will always be a tug on my heart.
I followed this case from the start and the media flooded us with so much information, some correct some not. This was right from the heart and soul of Laci's mom. Her words pulled at my heart in a way no other book has. The pain and grief this family had to endure was beyond what I could imagine. She is a woman of the most pure love and most of all a hero to me. She was a lady through it all when most of us would have cracked. She stood tall for her Laci and Connor and I will never in my life forget this book. Well done Sharon!
This is a heart breaking tale of a mothers love and a recount of what no family member should ever endur. I highly recommend this story and a box of tissue.
Say something about yourself!
My heart goes out to Sharon and her family! A beautiful woman and her sons life destroyed by a man who was supposed to protect them. I teared up many times in this book.
Scott Peterson's parents are something else! Appalled at there behavior to say the least! I'm sorry Sharon and her family had to endure their behavior after losing there precious loved ones in there lives. Makes me sick!!
The narrater is outstanding she makes you feel the story in every word she speaks.
Laci and Sharon the whole family
The personal feeling that would not be felt if read in a book format.
Both also afraid of how many scott pettersons there are in this world.
Everyone should read this book it is great. The woman who wrote this is a fantastic lady.
My first audiobook..
the moms heartfelt sincerity.
she reads proficiently.
yes, but couldn't of course.
a very good read....
Audio books have opened my world so much. I have been a member for a few years and i plan on being a member for many more years <3
I do consider the audio version better. But I love it hearing the books because i can take this book anywhere.
when she was in school and she would like her likes and dislikes.
I have not heard her before, but i will be seeing what other books she reads :)
It makes you laugh and cry.
its worth being bought.
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