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Blood Brother: 33 Reasons My Brother Scott Peterson Is Guilty

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What happens if, after being given up for adoption in childhood, you reestablish contact with your biological family -- only to discover that your ... Show synopsis

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guccikins

She's Welcomed Into Her Own Life

by guccikins on Apr 6, 2009

Anne Bird knows how to "put you right there" in her entire life and the lives she was welcomed into. She does not make it confusing. It's informative, and yes, it's her perspective, but who says one actually makes up their mind forever? Read this and find out how she came to think the way she did. I couldn't put it down and many people have borrowed it from me.

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skyprincess

Tragic Story

by skyprincess on Nov 28, 2008

Anne Bird is a step-sister to convicted murdered Scott Peterson. Anne was given up for adoption by her and Scott's seemingly disfunctional mother. Later in life, she was reunited with her birth mother and accepted by the Peterson clan as one of the family. When Laci Peterson was reported missing and the press was hounding Scott, Anne and her husband let Scott stay at their house. In this book, Anne recounts how she slowly began to realize that Scott was indeed guilty of murdering her beloved sister-in-law, Laci. Taking an additional toll on her is her marriage strained by Scott's presence in the house and pressure put on her by her birth mother to believe (and lie) about Scott's innocence. In the book, Anne lists 33 reasons that she has for believing in Scott's guilt. Most of these reasons are based on Scott's behavior and are not the reasons that were used to convict him. In the end, it remains a sad story and Anne is again estranged from her birth family. Except for Anne's belief that Scott drowned Laci in the pool (it is too cold in December to be relaxing in an outdoor pool) her observations are compelling additional proof of the guilt of Scott Peterson.

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pias6911

Eye Opener

by pias6911 on Apr 1, 2007

Written from his sister's point of view, Anne has captured the evil in her brother, while she herself is confused of his Innocence. This book is a real eye opener on how the love for a family member can blind the truth and shield us from what we are scared to believe. Having known nothing about the case before reading this book, it was amazing to read how a newly found family can bond together in a situation that usually rips families apart. It was amazing to read how a murderer can continue with life as usual while those around then are so conflicted. A true read on how our lifes can be changed in a blind of an eye.

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