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The Hubschmann Effect
The Hubschmann Effect
Author: Thomas Patrick McMahon
A mother drowns her young son because he is 'different'. — Three 1st graders are viciously attacked & critically injured by their little classmates because they are 'different'. — The bizarre events are hushed up; the custodian of the school is sent to Sweden.No one else in town will talk of the incidents. — The battleground takes place in a New Yo...  more »
ISBN: 247818
Publication Date: 1973
Pages: 167
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Publisher: Simon and schuster
Book Type: Hardcover
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The story takes place only in a courtroom with the District Attorney presenting witnesses to the Special Grand Jury. Because all the children involved are under the age of seven, there can be no crime attached to the case. Of course this presents a dilemma to the DA.
I don't want to spoil the tale with too much information. I've had this book for many years and just now read and must say it is very suspenseful and I enjoyed it alot.