Pieces together the damaged life of Mary Bell, who aged 11 was tried and convicted of manslaughter after the death of two young boys. Only as an adult has she been able to realize the moral enormity of her crimes. The story of her life forces the reader to consider society's responsibility for children's crime. Originally published in 1998.
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Cries Unheard: Story of Mary Bell by Gitta Sereny
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Winner of Crime Writers' Association Macallan Gold Dagger Award 1998
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