400 Hours: A Father's Journal of His Daughter's
Kidnap and Murder
Keith Benton Calhoun
A courageous writing by a father concerning the life and death of his daughter.
He writes of the heart-wrenching path and details of finding out about her kidnap and murder.
Through an enlighting look at the process involved in this personal case he gives us all an
upclose view of police investigating. The reader acutely experiences the process and shares
in the Calhouns nightmare, while also having the privelege of getting to know Hollie.
This is a spiritual insight into the loss of a child by another's hand.
Gripping, touching, ultimately tragic but strangely uplifting.