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No, Daddy, Don't!: A Father's Murderous Act of Revenge Hi, Mom Give Us A Call, Okay Even In The Bitterest Divorce Cases, Angry Ex Spouses Usually Agree On One Thing The Welfare Of Their Children Mary Jean Pearle, A Dallas Antiques Dealer, Never Dreamed That Her Precious Daughters, Faith And Liberty, Would Be Anything But Safe When She Dropped Them Off With Their Father John Battaglia, A Successful Accountant And Ex Marine, Had At Times Been Vicious To Her But Always Gentle With The Girls Listening Helplessly Through The Phone, Mary Jean Heard Faith Plead For Her Life.and Then The Heart Rending Sound Of Gunshots Updating Her Classic Account Of This Unthinkable Crime With The Latest Stunning Developments From Death Row, Veteran Crime Writer Irene Pence Recounts An Unforgettable Saga Of Violence, Betrayal, And Tears Case Seen On 20 20 Includes Sixteen Pages Of Dramatic Photos Unthinkable Sacrifice

About the Author: Irene Pence

Irene Jean Rorick Pence was born in Omaha, Nebraska She graduated from the University of Nebraska, with a BS in Business Administration and Arizona State University with an MA in Education She has also taken many creative writing courses from Southern Methodist University.Irene is married and has three children She has won the Dallas Morning News Golden Pen Award and is published in Business E

10 thoughts on “No, Daddy, Don't!: A Father's Murderous Act of Revenge

  1. says:

    This true story broke my heart and scared the hell out of me It s very simply written and fast paced, I couldn t put it down once I picked it up, from the first page it gripped me After finishing last night I decided to check out to see when he was put to death for this horrific crime which he committed in 2001 and was sentenced to death for in 2002 and guess what folks 10 years later and he hasn t been This POS is still alive, still breathing and actually is posting on an internet site with some crazy conspiracy theory and bizarre claims that none of this was his fault, he expresses no remorse and assumes no guilt for the heinous crime of murdering two of his daughters And the state of Texas, yes Texas, notorious for death row executions is allowing this Where is the justice for those two poor little girls, their mother and their family I am totally in shock.I checked a bit further, just google his name, there s plenty He has his own page on the deathrow usa websiteWTH Another site, Pysih.com People You ll See in Hell actually has a post on there from the girls mother, Mary Jean Pearle, in which she asks others...

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    This book was an adequately written true crime, an easy read What wasn t easy was the case itself I was appalled by the murder itself, and I have been reading true crime books since I was 10 Very disturbing case I am also still upset that he will probably never be put to death, and I am anti death penalty The reasons that he will never run out of appeals 1 He has money Maybe not a lot now, but enough And that is one of the reasons I can t support the death penalty There is no way to enforce it universally, and so it falls on the shoulder of the poor.2 He has made a line of appeals about his mental health, by claiming that his untreated bipolar disorder made him legally insane As someone who struggles with depression and anxiety, I think that is total crap He was a mean, vindictive drug abuser, who said he would make hi...

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    DNFI really don t understand all the high ratings for this book To me it reads like a badly written piece of fiction.In the e book that I read there are no acknowledgments stating whom the author spoke to or where she got her information from, and apart from the basic facts of the case, which you can find by Googling John David Battaglia, the rest of the book seems to be a figment of the author s overactive imagination.I struggled through the first half of the book, but when I read Mary Jane s conversation with police detective Katherine Justice, who was on the phone with her while she waited outside her husband s loft, I finally gave up Take a deep breath You re doing good, the detective tried to persuade her I know, baby, oh my God, please don t let it be, please Jesus But he fired like five or six times unless he killed himself too Mary Jean looked around I want an ambulance here Maybe they re still alive I doubt it, but maybe That s right Think positively I was thinking, no he couldn t have done it Just couldn t have But, I m a...

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    Read this one many many years ago and even though I can t find a review for this book I do remember I thought it was shocking.As I just wrote to someone here on Goodreads What is worse is that nowadays a lot of killing by mostly their dads is happening Over the last decade there have been many killings like this one Mainly men who cannot stand that the mother of their children is seeing someone else, or that they do not have control over them any, need to have revenge and they do tha...

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    This book was eh Of course, a horrifying and captivating story But the way it was told made it seem like a work of fiction to me I don t read many True Crime books so I don t know if this is common of the genre The writing reminded me a lot of a high school...

  7. says:

    I have read a lot of true crime books and feel that this one is one of the best It is very thorough and gives just enough background information and court details I feel like it gives the perfect combinations of details and a good description of the people involved I feel so bad for th...

  8. says:

    I seen this book on a true crime feed on Facebook and had to read it this book is by far one of the saddest books I have ever read, this man, John, has a history of rage and violence he marries twice and both marriages...

  9. says:

    Compelling story about one of the most heinous and evil acts of selfishness I have ever read in true crime book.

  10. says:

    One of the best true crime books I ve read I literally couldn t put the book down Such a tragic story.

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