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304 pages
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<p>Before Adam Walsh there were no faces on milk cartons, no Amber Alerts, no federal databases of crimes against children. His abduction and murder—unsolved for more than a quarter of a century—forever changed America. </p> <p>Shocked by Adam's murder and the inability of the police and FBI to find his killer, Adam's parents, Revé and John Walsh—who would go on to create <em>America's Most Wanted</em>—became advocates for the transformation of law enforcement's response to and handling of such cases. </p> <p><em>Bringing Adam Home</em> is the definitive account of this horrifying crime and its aftermath, a true story of tragedy, love, faith, and dedication. It reveals the pain and tenacity of a family determined to find justice, the failed police work that allowed a killer to remain uncharged, and the relentless efforts of one cop who accomplished what an entire legal system could not. As harrowing as <em>In Cold Blood,</em> yet ultimately uplifting, <em>Bringing Adam Home</em> is the riveting story of a triumph of justice and the enduring power of love.</p>