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Tuesday, April 25, 2006

Aruba - Book Review

Just this weekend I finally had a chance to read Aruba "The Tragic Untold Story of Natalee Holloway and Corruption in Paradise" I thought the book was well written and told a story that many of us have not seen nor heard about Natalee or the disgusting ways of the Aruban government.

I feel like vital clues surrounding Natalee's disappearance were tampered with from those protecting the three suspects. What many people did not realize is the hard work and searching Natalee's dad, Dave Holloway does, not just Beth. I knew Dave was invovled, but the book gives in depth information on how he spent countless hours combing sand dunes, following leads, and dealing with nut cases online who've tried to contact him with boggus information.

What I found interesting was how he takes the time to read through all of that to try to find that one clue that might bring Natalee home. I know they must receive hundreds of messages daily.

How could one senior trip turn into such a nightmare for the Holloway family? When will they finally have answers? They are like so many other families out there. They suffer and wonder every single day.

If you have not picked up Aruba yet, I recommend it, especially if you have been following the Holloway case. I think it's important to hear about having a missing child from the father's perspective. We always hear the angry mom, but it's time to hear from dad. Dave's book give us all a serious look at what dangers tourists face when leaving American soil.

I am not ready to give up on finding Natalee and neither is her family. The truth will come out in this mess eventually.


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