Karen Beaudin

A Child is Missing

One cold night in November 1971, 13-year-old Kathy Lynn Gloddy went missing. Her beaten, bruised body was found on the cold ground the next day. Enter into the tragedy as Karen Beaudin vividly recounts the horrifying details of her younger sister’s death in A Child is Missing—the shocking true story of a small New Hampshire town stunned by the revelation of such a brutal crime, and a family devastated by the loss of a beloved daughter and sister. As Karen and her family search for justice, their faith will be tested in the battle against guilt, fear, and devastating grief that comes when they realize every family’s worst nightmare.
199 printed pages
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