The father of slain British student Meredith Kercher has released a book about her homicide and the case that gripped headlines from all over the world. However, it won't be aimed at discussing whether or not he thinks Amanda Knox and her former lover are responsible. Instead, it will be focused on losing his daughter and the end of his life as he knew it. Though it's probably safe to say there will be some things written about Foxy Knoxy, you would probably have to buy the book to read and find out on your own.
John Kercher recounts the day he found out his daughter was the exchange student that had been murdered in Italy, as it was all over the news. He recalls the phone call he received that brought the heartbreaking news. Throughout the pages of his book, which has just been released, he goes into detail about the life and demise of Meredith Kercher.
Meanwhile, Amanda Knox fans are awaiting the release of her so-called memoir, which is bragged to be a blow-by-blow account of the events leading to her imprisonment. The woman was originally sentenced to 26 years in Perugia but managed to win an appeal several months ago. She's now free, but prosecutors in Italy are working on a new appeal that may return that original murder conviction. Perhaps the 2013 release date on her book is for a reason? Why so far away?
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