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Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Mommy's Little Girl:Casey Anthony and Her Daughter Caylee's Tragic End Review

This book begins with George Anthony stopping by the post office on July 15, 2008 to pick up registered letter. That letter would be the beginning of a nightmare that continues to this day for the Anthony family, their friends, and, to a lesser extent, everyone who has come to know the story of little Caylee Marie Anthony.

The letter informed him that his car was at an impound lot in Orlando. When he went to pick up the car, it was permeated with the smell of death. No one can know what kind of psychological storm was set off in the minds George and his wife, Cindy,by that nauseous smell. They had not seen or even heard the voice of their two year old Granddaughter, Kaylee, in almost a month.

Casey Anthony had been telling her parents for weeks that the baby was with "Zanny the nanny," or she was sleeping when they called so they couldn't talk to her.

A panic stricken Cindy called 911 and reported the child, who had been gone for a month, missing.

The story continues with Casey's beyond bizarre behavior and stories. She told police she worked with Juliette Lewis at Universal. She and and Juliette were both event planners, and best friends, although Casey didn't have a number for her right off hand.

It's hard to imagine someone acting as bizarrely as she did when speaking with police. Almost everything she said was easily dis proven.

This book is a fascinating read for anyone intersted in the case. It ends a short time after the discovery of Caylee's body,and chronicles the strange family dynamic that evolves.

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