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Mummy from Hell: Two Brothers. A Sadistic Mother. A Childhood Destroyed. Paperback – 25 Nov 2010
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"I guarantee you will never forget it. The story of Ken and Patrick Doyle has to be read. Others have been abused in similar fashion - some, like Baby P for instance, haven't lived to tell the tale. But Ken and Patrick Doyle have a simple lesson to impart, and it leaps from every line of the book. The protection of children requires that children come first - always" (Fergus Finlay, Barnardo's)
"Uniquely horrifying" (Books Ireland)
"Readers should steel themselves" (Sunday Tribune)
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Also, not really sure how the other brothers and sisters reacted to this whole thing? I feel like I am left with some questions but I enjoyed reading the book... As much as you can enjoy a story like this.
I wish both boys, now men of course, all the best. I hope one day they can both be truly happy with their lives and move on. But it may never happen, unfortunately.
Oh, and the mom, Olive, people like you should be locked up and kept away from any kind of interaction with any kind of living being.
Good luck to the boys!
And rescue the both of you.
This is a must read. Its brilliantly written.
Will make you cry dispare and wonder how the hell they survived.
What courage they showed in telling their stories...
Only bad point about the kindle version (maybe just mine as its a phone app) is that I was unable to read the documents in the appendix.
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