A Silence of Mockingbirds – Karen Spears Zacharias on SBE
Erik Guzman April 6th, 2012
Karen Spears Zacharias is an investigative journalist who never thought she would become a character involved in the high-profile murder of a young girl named Karly Sheehan.
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Join Karen on this edition of Steve Brown Etc. as we talk about her new book A Silence of Mockingbirds: The Memoir of a Murder and the tragic story of how Karly was failed by the very people that were supposed to protect her.
Karen's work has appeared in the New York Times and Newsweek, on NPR, CNN and more. She's also the author of Will Jesus Buy Me a Double-Wide? and the nationally-acclaimed After the Flag Has Been Folded. She teaches journalism at Central Washington University in Ellensburg, Wa. and blogs at Patheos.com.
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