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Inside 25 Cromwell St

Inside 25 Cromwell St

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In conclusion, Inside 25 Cromwell Street is a book that will stay with you long after you finish reading it.

What about feeling sympathy for the numerous girls murdered by their hands and abused for their sexual gratification, or their sister Heather cut up and stashed under the floor in the basement? It’s an emotionally-devastating section, with both kids feeling torn by their love for their mother and their deep-knowledge that she must be punished for what she did. The book begins with a three-page Editor’s Preface in which the two editors (referenced as TG and PG) detail the reasons for putting together the book, how the source material (i.

Having read numerous books on this subject now; from various different view points this has an insight into their home life prior to the revelations. I don’t think this was ever meant to be a work of literary genius, but merely a life lived in the home of some of Britain’s worst serial killers. Stephen was close at times to his father but had to grow up so fast neither realished the horror under there feet and both seem really upset about there fathers actions. Certainly a revealing look into life at the West home, from their bizarre decorating tastes, to Fred's various obsessions, and Rose's prostitution. The book then goes on to describe Rosemary West, the woman who became his wife and accomplice in his crimes.

Finance is provided by PayPal Credit (a trading name of PayPal UK Ltd, Whittaker House, Whittaker Avenue, Richmond-Upon-Thames, Surrey, United Kingdom, TW9 1EH). The two oldest surviving children of Fred and Rosemary West tell the terrifying story of life at 25 Cromwell Street. As a reader, you get a sense of how manipulative and deceptive he was and how he managed to hide his monstrous actions from those around him. I hope to introduce new features during 2022 and join the Bookstagram community on Instagram properly, so come and follow me there too! Nevertheless, this is a superb chance to try to understand the torture and torment that the West's victims suffered.

But I think that if this book makes you feel more responsible for vulnerable children then you will have gained something positive from all the suffering outlined here. I feel its an engrossing and honest book and the loving letters from Rose to Mae sent a shiver down my spine she sounds like any loving mother expect she is imprisoned for Ten Murders. First published back in December of 1995, Stephen and Mae West’s book ‘Inside 25 Cromwell St’ provided a unique first-person account of their upbringing as two of the surviving children from Fred and Rosemary West’s family. The book was evidently complied shortly after the death of Fred West in jail so the events are all so raw - and this shows in the interviews. The book then concludes with a second Appendix publishing many of the letters that Fred and Rosemary West sent Stephen and Mae from prison (which makes for some surreal reading to say the least).

It is told verbatim from interviews with Stephen and Mae West, children of the serial killer parents. One thing I really enjoyed about reading this was the humanity of Fred and Rose which was revealed in a way that only children really can see about their parents. Without wanting to appear overly sceptical, one can’t help but feel that the two editors (no doubt fellow reporters for said newspaper) are more concerned with milking the story for all its worth than the actual rehabilitative welfare of Stephen and Mae. If I could gather up the West children and hug them all (and rescue Heather from their clutches), believe me I would. Even if she did not abuse anyone (doubtful)her beatings of Stephen was disgusting and shows how CRUEL she is.Read more about the condition Very Good: A book that has been read and does not look new, but is in excellent condition. The book also includes eight pages of full colour photographs showing the West family at various times during their lives as well as snippets from inside 25 Cromwell St. The style of the book is written in a rather childish way, but when the book was written Stephen and Mae would of been grown up. No missing or damaged pages, no creases or tears, no underlining or highlighting of text, and no writing in the margins.

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