Steve Jackson’s NOT LOST FOREVER

When Carmina Salcido was three years old, her father slit her throat and left her for dead in the city dump. She survived; her mother and sisters didn't.  
Not Lost Forever.

How does one recover from the ultimate paternal betrayal?  Is it even possible?

Carmina, aided by brilliant author/journalist Steve Jackson, tells her story in the compelling new book, NOT LOST FOREVER.

Steve will be our guest LIVE on TRUE CRIMES this Saturday 2pm Pacific Time on Outlaw Radio.

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In Not Lost Forever, Carmina Salcido explores the events surrounding these headline-making murders with extraordinary clarity and composure. Reaching back to understand the events that traumatized her in childhood—and weaving them together with the recollections of detectives and witnesses—she reconstructs the story of her father's crimes, and their aftermath, in sobering detail.

Yet Carmina's story doesn't end there. Those who remember her as the tiny victim of these murders will also be shocked by what followed: how she was adopted by a Catholic extremist family who tried to change her name and bury her past; how she tried to escape their sheltering influence by joining a Carmelite convent and then a ranch for troubled girls; andhow the psychological trials she endured along the way nearly broke her spirit—until, at last, she found peace by turning to the one relative still alive to share her grief: her grandfather.

As a young woman, Carmina returned to California to share her experiences and discover the family that was brutally taken from her. The devout Catholic also returned to look into her father's eyes on death row and confront the man who took away her entire family. With clear-eyed candor, courage, and grace, this brave young woman takes readers along on her miraculous journey of survival, discovery, and hope.

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