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A real page-turner

"A real page-turner" Continued...

Issue: "Face Off," Aug. 9, 1997

At the time, however, that was the only way she felt she could make her point. "I want people to know this is not a normal thing," Mrs. Bockoven says. "I felt for those children in the book, that they were being robbed, not just the one time he took the picture, but every single time someone looked at the book."

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