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"He, not Bruno Hauptmann, was the Lindbergh baby kidnapper. He had done it all by himself. Cool beans." Prologue, Let's Play Make-Believe (1932), pg. 5

"Early on the morning of December 21, 1992, I was the picture of contentment on the sun porch of our house on 5th Street in Washington, D.C. The small, narrow room was cluttered with mildewing winter coats, work boots, and wounded children's toys. I couldn't have cared less. This was home."

Part One, Maggie Rose and Shrimpie Goldberg, Chapter 1, pg. 9

"Since she had been three or four years old, Maggie Rose Dunne was always watched by people. At nine, she was used to special attention, to strangers gawking at her as if she was Maggie Scissorhands, or Girl Frankenstein."

Part One, Maggie Rose and Shrimpie Goldberg, Chapter 3, pg. 17

"I was already becoming emotionally involved with the kidnapped children. My sleep...

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