The Murder of Meagan McFarlin

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
When the detective from Louisiana called Denise McFarlin, she knew it wasn't good. She had not heard from her daughter Meagan in a month. The body of a white female had been found beside Highway 80 in Greenwood, Louisiana. She had been beaten and stabbed to death. The woman matched Meagan's description, and worse, she was wearing Meagan's high school class ring, but just one day later... More

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About M. Troy McDaniel

M. Troy McDaniel has been a deputy sheriff in Caddo Parish since 1988, and has served in corrections, patrol, SWAT, investigations, financial crimes, and juvenile sex crimes. Currently, he is a swing shift supervisor on patrol. He has been married to Colleen Leach McDaniel for 31 years and has three grown children. His hobbies include woodworking, knife making, shooting, theology and grandchildren. As an a avid believer in creation and original sin, M. Troy has a framework to understand the plight of all mankind, and like the British preacher John Bradford can say, "There, but for the grace of God go I."

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Review by: Ropinron on Sep. 28, 2016 :
I'll admit my bias as I'm the author's brother, so take it for what it's worth. I watched him go through the process of telling what it's like to face evil, control your own outrage, and exhibit the professionalism that the majority of our men and women in blue display everyday. Honest & candid, it's a bird's eye view that the public can watch from a safe distance.
(reviewed 17 days after purchase)

Review by: Lenora De Lude on Sep. 17, 2016 :
This book is an inside look at what can go on in the mind of a detective as he deals with situations that most of us hope to never see. It takes you through the actions that McDaniel and his colleagues have to perform in order to solve this crime. It's gritty, gutsy, and a bit difficult in places, but I didn't feel beaten by it, even though I am a sensitive person. As a disclaimer, I will say that I know the author, and he is a straight-forward person without pretense. When he mentions his faith in Christ, he is "telling it like it is." The book is time well-spent.
(reviewed 3 days after purchase)

Review by: Eric Mayes on Sep. 17, 2016 :
Wonderful read. Very good flow to the content. Gives very good detail to the insight of what a true detective faces. Great job of making people realize that the problem with this world is sin. Answers the question of "What is wrong with this world?" I would recommend this book to everyone.
(reviewed 4 days after purchase)

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