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  • Author:
    Bojan Pancevski,Stefanie Marsh
  • ISBN:
    0425230031
  • ISBN13:
    978-0425230039
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    Berkley (November 3, 2009)
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    256 pages
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    True Crime
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He is the coauthor with Stefanie Marsh of I’m No Monster, a book about the Josef Fritzl abduction case. In the annals of true crime, this is one that is profoundly disturbing.

He is the coauthor with Stefanie Marsh of I’m No Monster, a book about the Josef Fritzl abduction case. On the morning of August 28, 1984, in the small market town of Amstetten, Austria, eighteen year old Elisabeth Fritzl, at the request of her then forty-nine year old father, Josef, accompanied him to the cellar of their house, ostensibly to assist him in some mundane chore. Little did she know that she would not see the light of day again for nearly twenty-four years. This is the story that gripped the world when it first came to light. It was a story as bizarre as it was unbelievable.

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The true-crime story that stunned and appalled the world. Thank God Stefanie Marsh left out the most horrifying details of how Josef sexually treated his daughter - the The place: Vienna The year: 2008 The story: incomprehensible and appalling. For over 20 years, Elisabeth was kept locked up in the basement of her family's house. Her father beat and sexually assaulted her repeatedly. Over the years, she gave birth all alone in a dark, unventilated basement to several babies as a consequence of the rapes. Through it all, she survived to tell the tale.

The true crime story that made international headlines: Josef Fritzl held his daughter captive as a sex slave, and fathered seven children with her, creating a hidden family no. .Stefanie Marsh, Bojan Pancevski.

The true crime story that made international headlines: Josef Fritzl held his daughter captive as a sex slave, and fathered seven children with her, creating a hidden family no one knew about-not even Fritzl's own wife.

The Horrifying True Story of Josef Fritzl. By Stefanie Marsh and Bojan Pancevski. The true crime story that made international headlines: Josef Fritzl held his daughter captive as a sex slave, and fathered seven children with her, creating a hidden family no one knew about-not even Fritzl’s own wife. About I’m No Monster.

Josef Fritzl held his daughter captive as a sex slave from the time she was 18 in 1984 until 2008, when a doctor in a.I'm No Monster: the Horrifying True Story of Josef Fritzl by Stefanie Marsh and Bojan Pancevski, 2009. Books about sexual assault. View all posts by Miranda McDermott.

Josef Fritzl held his daughter captive as a sex slave from the time she was 18 in 1984 until 2008, when a doctor in a hospital suspected that something unusual was happening with the family. The middle-aged woman sat for an hour in the police station without saying a word. Then, she told a true horror story to the police officers. In the underground secret torture chamber that Josef Fritzl built in the 1980s, Sissi's father raped and physically assaulted her for 24 years.

For 24 years, Josef Fritzl held his daughter Elizabeth prisoner as a sex slave. But the true depth of his depravity was yet to be uncovered. Marsh and Pancevski tell the complete story of a crime that stunned and appalled the world. ISBN13: 9780425244524. Release Date: November 2011.

The true crime story that made international headlines: Josef Fritzl held his daughter captive as a sex slave, and fathered seven children with her, creating a hidden family no one . I'm No Monster - Stefanie Marsh. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere. Publisher: Penguin GroupReleased: Nov 3, 2009ISBN: 9781101151136Format: book.

The book paints a terrible picture of a man abused by his mother as a child, and who turned into a peeping tom, a flasher and stalker as an adolescent, before committing his first rape as a teenager when he was away from home in Austria's third largest city of Linz

The true crime story that made international headlines: Josef Fritzl held his daughter captive as a sex slave, and fathered seven children with her, creating a hidden family no one knew about-not even Fritzl's own wife.

Otrytrerl
This is a relatively well-written, analytical approach to a crime that shocked the world when it first came to light. It is the story of a crime so primal and so violative of societal taboos that it is almost incomprehensible. In the annals of true crime, this is one that is profoundly disturbing.

On the morning of August 28, 1984, in the small market town of Amstetten, Austria, eighteen year old Elisabeth Fritzl, at the request of her then forty-nine year old father, Josef, accompanied him to the cellar of their house, ostensibly to assist him in some mundane chore. Little did she know that she would not see the light of day again for nearly twenty-four years.

This is the story that gripped the world when it first came to light. It was a story as bizarre as it was unbelievable. Josef Fritzl had kept his beautiful daughter Elisabeth trapped in a soundproofed concrete and steel reinforced cellar for twenty-four years. During that time, he made her into his sex slave and fathered seven children with her. Meanwhile, Elisabeth's mother, Rosemarie, lived upstairs with her husband, having been led to believe that her daughter had runaway to live with a religious cult, never knowing that Elisabeth still lived at home, albeit in the cellar.

Over time, three of Elisabeth's children would appear in infancy on the Fritzls' doorstep, ostensibly having been abandoned by Elisabeth, who was supposedly still living in a religious cult. These three children would be brought up by Rosemarie and Josef, while three others continued living in the cellar, a fourth having died shortly after birth. The three children living upstairs had no memory of their brief life below in the cellar.

In April 2008, Elisabeth's nineteen year old daughter, Kerstin, became so ill that she was close to death and taken to the hospital, after Elisabeth pleaded with Josef to save her life. This was the first time that Kerstin had ever left the cellar in her entire life. It was shortly thereafter that Elisabeth and her family were freed, and the truth that shocked the world came to light, resulting in the arrest of the then seventy-three year old Josef Fritzl.

The book explores the lives of those involved in this shocking story, as well as the events that led to Elisabeth's eventual imprisonment in the cellar, the lives that were lived below ground, and the aftermath with its many problems and issues. The story is so unusual and shocking that the reader cannot help but be gripped by its inherent pathos and horror. There is certainly a place in hell for Josef Fritzl.

Although the book is better written than the other book on the subject, "Secrets of the Cellar" by John Glatt, and has more depth of analysis, it suffers from the same problem in that it lacks the perspective of Elizabeth and her children. No one can ever really know what life in that cellar of horrors was really like for Elizabeth and her brood, and, for now, Elizabeth and her children are not speaking about what must have been the unspeakable. It is likely that they will all need years of therapy to cope with life. I only hope that going forward their lives will be happy ones.
Hiclerlsi
Great book, very interesting read. The writer does a great job of delving into the pathology of the different characters while not being overly sympathetic. This was well researched, but the actual people involved did not participate so there is an element that is missing compared to similar autobiographical accounts (Jaycee Duggars or Elizabeth Smarts, etc). Still highly recommend.
Malodred
Interesting horror...It is important to explore the minds of these sick individuals to try to understand how and why they do what they do to these children. It truly makes you want to question everything about everyone you meet. It is imperative that we as citizens do not ignore strange occurrences. How many children are being held, hidden within our reach.
Perius
I read true crime all the time. I’m half way though this book and the crimes have not even been mentioned yet. WAY to much background. Also I’m not sure if this book was translated but the writing itself is just terrible, things are repeated too. It’s a really hard read. The first half is so boring. I never leave reviews but seriously this book is not worth your time.
I am going to try to find another book about this crime.
ChallengeMine
This story is so horrific it was hard to believe it is a true story. Well written though. I would love to reread this story from Elizabeth's point of view. This sort of story reminds you how horrible people can be. But her strength, determination and spirit are nothing short of extraordinary. So glad she is free and even more so that he will never be able to hurt her or her children again. It still boggles my mind how it went unnoticed for 25 years.
saafari
Very well written. A lot of research wet into this book .Wish had a conclusion to the fate of the father and daughter 'a family.
Beanisend
This book captivates you from page one. The writers weave this tale expertly making it hard to put down the book. Well told. Very in depth, easy to follow.
Really not too bad a story here. I read alot of TC and had passed this over many times. Pretty well written, has a few pages of B &W photos, I was able to finish the book. If a book is written/told poorly it's easy to lose interest but surprisingly this story kept a constant flow that made me want to go to the next chapter. But yeah, this man is a Monster of the worst kind. Good Bargain Book Buy though.