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Product details

  • Paperback: 288 pages
  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster UK (3 Feb. 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1849832501
  • ISBN-13: 978-1849832502
  • Product Dimensions: 13 x 2 x 19.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 271,103 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Detective Sergeant Harry Keeble has almost twenty years experience in inner-city pro-active policing. In 1999, Harry joined Haringey drugs squad, planning and leading 100 raids on fortified crack houses. Appalled at the number of abused children he encountered, Harry joined Hackney's Child Protection Team. In five years he brought dozens of child abusers to justice, managing several international police investigations related to child abuse across the world. He currently works for Specialist Operations at New Scotland Yard.

Kris Hollington is a freelance journalist, author and ghost-writer of 14 books, including the Sunday Times bestsellers Baby X and Little Victim, written with Detective Sergeant Harry Keeble. Kris's articles and books have featured on television and radio (including Channel 4's Cutting Edge, ITV1's Real Crime, BBC Radio 4's Saturday Play and BBC Drama). He lives in East London.


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By Sheila Camp VINE VOICE on 14 April 2011
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This is a great read written by Harry Keeble and seeing real life situations, yes not always "nice situations", through the eyes of the agencies involved. It makes you realise how overworked these departments are and perhaps you can understand how some things get "overlooked". This is the second book I've read by Harry and the best so far. Each chapter is just the right size and it's nice how he goes back over some cases that have moved on, albeit not always with a happy outcome.
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I couldnt keep this book down till I finished it... This book opens your eyes to what can happen to children of such age and in a way helps you to be more vigilant about things happening around you. Also I got to know the role of social services in such kids life's and what all they have to go through and the way the handle these situations...

Heart moving realities of life...
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I stayed up for literally 3 days solid reading this book....It was heartbreaking to read, but informative and honest. It certainly opened my eyes to the child protection world. I can't wait for more from the author from his time in Child Protection.
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Harry Keeble's second book after 'Baby X', and like the first, it didn't disappoint. It really opened my eyes on the massive scale of abuse in our country, and it's good to know that there's people like Harry looking out for our society's most vulnerable, you can tell how important the job is to him (unlike others!) I totally recommend this book to everyone, you won't be disappointed.
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A great book by Harry Keeble that goes through a number of dramatic cases of child abuse that he undertook whilst working Child protection. A disturbing read in some parts but also uplifting. Very well written and good content also. This is the best book Harry has written so far.
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I thought this book was slightly expensive, it was a little slow to get into..at page 30 I was so bored with it I was going to abandon reading it however it did get better and made me really think about the cruelty some children endure and the ignorance some parents suffer from.

I would read more from this author and I believe he really cares about the individuals he attends to via his job.
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This is the second Harry Keeble book I have read. It was another good read from this author. Harry gives you as the reader a feel for the job he and the social workers who are with him do showing that it is a hard/emotional job were the right conclusions are not always possible. The book was good value and as you would expect from Amazon good quality.
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I found this book quite hard going to read, and I,ve read alot of books by different authors about vulnerable children. I found that the authors style of writing made it hard to get into this book,sorry. The content of the book was heart wrenching and makes you glad that your children are loved and looked after. It,s a good book, just found it hard to read because of the authors style.
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