To the Last Breath

To the Last Breath

Three Women Fight for the Truth Behind A Child's Tragic Murder

Large Print - 2002
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On January 22, 1994, two-year old Renee Goode played happily with her sisters and cousin, as the four of them enjoyed an impromptu "slumber party" at the home of her father, Shane Goode. The next day she was dead. The local medical examiner could not determine the cause of the little Renees death. But her mother Annette and grandmother Sharon were convinced she'd been murdered--and that they knew the identity of Renee's killer: her handsome father, Shane Goode, a manipulative, emotionally abusive man who displayed virtually no interest in Renee--until he took out a $50,000 insurance policy on her life. With the help of a courageous female police investigator and Assistant DA, Sharon launched a case against Shan and had Renees tiny coffin, lovingly filled with her favorite stuffed animals, exhumed from its final resting place. And her small corpse revealed what her grandmother had suspected all along: cold, calculating Shane Goode had murdered his own daughter to cash in on her death.
Publisher: Waterville, ME : Thorndike Press, 2002, c1999
ISBN: 9780786247363
Characteristics: 448 p. : ports. ; 23 cm


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Oct 22, 2013

This was incredibly sad. Poor little girl! I wish her mother told the judge how this little one reacted when going to her dad's After I saw how my child reacted previous times, I would have said: "Hell, no! She's isn't going; take me to court, and I'll tell the judge you left children unsupervised" Actually, that should have been Annette's final straw, the children left without adult supervision. She should have called the cops, her lawyer, and gone before a judge on that bs Shane pulled! Then I bet Renee would still been alive. Most times, our "gut" is right, we-including me, don't always listen to it!


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