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About the author:
Jennifer Wheatley-Wolf is an artist who loves to work in fabric, photography, and occasionally, words. No matter where life takes her, she seems to always have a camera in hand. Inspired by color, texture, and the unexpected discoveries in the world around her, Jennifer brings her vision of the world to life through her art. Jennifer and her husband, Marcus, reside in Virginia.
One Voice Raised
A Triumph Over Rape
Jennifer A Wheatley-Wolf
David H Cordle Sr.
Sherry Audette Morrow
2013 ELit Bronze Medal Winner-True Crime
One Voice Raised: A Triumph Over Rape
"Look at me and I'll kill you!"
Early in the morning of August 21, 1988, an unknown assailant climbed onto the balcony to the open door of Jennifer Wheatley's home, crept down the stairs, entered her first floor bedroom, and waited for her in the dark. As he grabbed her and pulled something tight around her throat, Jennifer was sure her life was over.
Assaulted and raped, Jennifer lived through every woman's worst nightmare. Having never seen her assailant's face, she was sure he would never be caught. She spent two decades wondering who and where he was, and when he would strike again. Twenty years after the attack, through the dedication and tireless efforts of an investigator who refused to let her case go cold, a suspect was found.
Jennifer writes about her ordeal and the years of waiting for justice with the candor and fortitude that helped her survive, and Chief Investigator David Cordle illuminates the process of assembling the puzzle pieces that led to the prosecution of one of his longest open cases.
Since publication of One Voice Raised, 2 more victims have been linked through DNA to serial rapist, William Joseph Trice.
*May 31, 1987 in Montgomery County, Maryland.
*August, 1988 in Silver Springs, Maryland
"It brings peace of mind to Trice's victims to know their attacker has been caught and convicted.
The importance of entering cold-case evidence into the national data-base can not be stressed enough."
- Publication Date:
- Nov 06 2011
- 0615562477 / 9780615562476
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6" x 9"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Social Science / Violence in Society