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EVANS SKINNER CRIME ARCHIVE

HarperElement

Sarah Jones

Call Me Evil, Let Me Go

A mother’s struggle to save her children from a brutal religious cult

HarperElement ( 2011)

Jones Call Me Evil, Let Me GoSarah’s parents had no idea when they sent their teenage daughter to board at a school within an evangelical church community, that they were consigning her to a cult, which would isolate her from her family, brutalise her and brainwash her into submission.  Sarah looked on in helpless distress as each of her very young children was being beaten and force-fed by the Church’s leaders.  Call Me Evil, Let Me Go is the shocking, but inspiring true story of a mother’s ultimately successful attempt to free herself and her children from the cruel grip of the Church.


Ann Ming MBE

with Andrew Crofts

For the Love of Julie

A nightmare come true. A mother’s courage. A desperate fight for justice

HarperElement ( 2008)

Ming For the Love of JulieWhen Julie, Ann Ming’s 22-year-old daughter, went missing, she was certain she had been murdered.  Despite extensive searches of Julie’s house and the surrounding area, the police failed to find her, but three months later, Ann was horrified to discover her daughter’s body, still in the house.  A violent local man, Billy Dunlop, was tried for murder but walked free.  Knowing he could not be tried again under the law of double jeopardy, he callously bragged about his ‘perfect crime’.  But Dunlop had not reckoned on the steely determination of Ann Ming, who would make legal history by overturning the law, for which she received an MBE.