After 15 years of agony, Gemma Dowler tells the shocking story of Milly's murder and the Dowlers' fight for justice.
On the 21st of March 2002, Gemma Dowler was a happy, confident
teenager at the heart of a loving, funny, music-mad family. That
day, life as she knew it came to an abrupt end with the abduction
and murder of her beloved younger sister, Milly.
This book has been written so that one day Gemma's own children can read the true story of their Aunty Milly recounted by a sister who will never forget her and never stop loving her.
This is Gemma Dowler's powerful account, as seen on The One Show
and This Morning . . . 'My name is Gemma Dowler. On 21 March
2002, a serial killer named Levi Bellfield stole my sister and sent
our family to Hell . . .'
Everyone thinks they know the story of Milly Dowler. * From the publisher's description *
Compelling, an amazing book -- Jeremy Vine * BBC Radio 2 *
The most honest and unsettling account * BBC Radio 4 Woman's Hour *
Powerful * Daily Express *
Tragic . . . poignant . . . full of emotional memories * The Mirror *
[Gemma] opens up . . . the books serves as 'fighting spirit' * Newcastle Journal *
Inspired . . . the book to allows her voice to be heard * OK! Magazine *
Gemma Dowler has finally revealed how deep they sank in My Sister Milly . . . her family's story is told in their own words * Daily Record *
Gemma's book paints happy memories of her sister, a quirky teen who loved music, dancing and playing the saxophone * Reveal *