The Disappearance of Jamie Fraley

The Disappearance of Jamie Fraley
Author : Pete Powers
Publisher : Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Total Pages : 270
Release : 2018-07-02
ISBN 10 : 1722220112
ISBN 13 : 9781722220112
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

The Disappearance of Jamie Fraley Book Description:

When a person goes missing, the first twelve to twenty-four hours are the most crucial time. If the person is to be found alive, then it is during that first day when the best chance of a happy outcome exists. More data exists on the make-up of missing people than of ways to trace them. Forty per cent of those in the US are children, and a third of the total are African American citizens. That is a heavy over representation. Only one in under eight people in the US are from this ethnic group. Jamie Fraley is neither a member of the African American community nor a child, although at the time she went missing, the diminutive 22-year-old blond could have passed for one. Sadly, when she disappeared, she also did not turn up on the first day - nor the first year. In fact, 2018 marks a decade since the young woman was lost.


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