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Our little secret

Our Little Secret: The True Story of a Teenage Killer and the Silence of a Small New England Town
Published: May 4, 2010

Our little secret

About the authors:

Kevin Flynn is the author of four real crime books. “Our little secret,” Wicked Intentions,” “Legall Dead,” and “Notes on a Killing.” You might have seen Kevin in TV shows like “Deadly Women” “Killer Instinct” “Nightmare next door” and other shows like that. The book “Our little secret” he has written with his co-writer and partner Rebecca Lavoie

Rebecca Lavoie, who is Kevin Flynn´s partner, has been his co-author to most of his books. Rebecca has written stories on true crime, technology and other subjects for New Hampshire Magazine, Playboy magazine, and Newsweek.

Review:

The book “Our Little Secret: The True Story of a Teenage Killer and the Silence of a Small New England Town” is a very well written book. When I began reading this book, I found it half to put it down. When I got halfway through the book, I found it started getting a little dry. But never the less Kevin Flynn and Rebecca Lavoie manage to keep the reader interested in the case. And when you get past the dry places, you once again will be dragged into the matter and forget about them faster than you would imagine.

I have never heard about this case. And I found the book by scrolling through real crime books. I found the title and the description of the book exciting, so I bought it.

In the book, you learn about what became known as case 1-35-147. This case is about how a teenager turns out to become a killer. The day he decides to end the life of Danny Paquette. Paquette was allegedly a child molester.

You will receive information on how it all began back in the ’60s and how a teenager named Eric Windhurst became a murderer. And you will learn how Victor Paquette fights for decades to get to the bottom of the case as he wants to know who killed his brother.

“Our Little Secret: The True Story of a Teenage Killer and the Silence of a Small New England Town” is defiantly an exciting book. And you receive a good look into how abuse and love go into a higher unit ending with murder.

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