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Question: Those 2 ideas sound like one in the same to me.

Asked on Thursday, March 22, 2007 at 12:07:02 PM
Reply: I understand what he means.

Did Kait lose her life because she broke up with Dung?

Or did she break up with Dung because she was afraid for her life?

Either way, the end result was the same.

Answered by: Kait's Mom
 
Why Kait was killed
 
Question: There are two ways to look at this. From the timing, it's clear that Kait's breaking up with her Vietnamese boyfriend has a place in the picture. But what place was it?

What I mean is, did she decide to break up with the boyfriend before or after a plan was made to kill her? Two possibilities:

(1) Kait was killed because she broke up with the boyfriend, and therefore became a threat to illegal activities she'd learned about like the heroin smuggling.

(2) Kait learned about the heroin smuggling, refused to be part of it, and THAT CAUSED HER to break up with the boyfriend.

Asked on Wednesday, March 21, 2007 at 10:37:01 AM
Reply: You make a good point.

In the beginning we took it forgranted that her break-up with Dung was what caused her to be killed. But now, after all we've learned, your second suggestion makes more sense.

Answered by: Kait's Mom
 
In my prayers
 
Question: I just finished your book Who Killed My Daugher and I have not read a book in a long time that I could not put down! All I read are non-fiction true stories and your writing is some of the best! I am now going to go back and read some of your fictional thrillers you have written.

I have never lost a child so although I cannot fully understand the impact it had on you and your family, you will forever be in my thoughts and prayers. I really hope that some day you find out the truth but just as you wrote in your book about Kait's feelings on the matter, these individuals will have to answer to a higher power for what they have done.

I too believe that those that have moved on can communicate with us and in fact have felt my grandmother letting me know she was watching over me. I whole heartedly believe that Kait has been in communication with you and your family and that she is with her grandparents now. You will be reunited with her one day and for that there is thankfulness!

God bless you and your family.

Asked on Tuesday, March 20, 2007 at 09:20:28 PM
Reply: Thank you for that kind message.

Answered by: Kait's Mom
 
The Album
 
Question: I understood every word of that. Thank you for posting it. My own heart holds many such memories.

Asked on Tuesday, March 20, 2007 at 02:08:29 PM
Reply: Most hearts do.

Answered by: Kait's Mom
 
please post a poem
 
Question: I've never read much poetry because I don't understand it very well expecially if it doesn't rhyme. But I'm interested in Seasons of the Heart because its about your family and Kait. Could you please post one of the poems from the Winter section of the book after Kait died so I can see how hard it is to read?

Asked on Tuesday, March 20, 2007 at 10:20:40 AM
Reply: THE ALBUM

As the winter closes in
We sit close again,
Turning pages of the years,
Pausing now and then

To recall a magic time
Or a special place.
Springtime sunlight leaps at us
From a smiling face.

Summer laughter rings anew,
Mixed with autumn tears.
Seasons blend and mesh and blur
With the flying years.

Guard the album of the heart.
There the memories are--
Gentle as the drifting snow,
Holy as a star.


(copyright, Lois Duncan, 2007)

Answered by: Kait's Mom, Lois Duncan
 
Birthday
 
Question: Thank you so much for your help with Kaits physical description! By any chance, are you comfortable giving out her birthday?

Asked on Monday, March 19, 2007 at 05:24:14 PM
Reply: September 18, 1970.

Answered by: Kait's Mom
 
Seasons of the Heart
 
Question: I am trying to buy your book Seasons of the Heart. There is a book on Amazon with that title, but it is a book of poems. But you wrote on the message board that it is a book about your whole life. Please help!

Asked on Monday, March 19, 2007 at 03:31:57 PM
Reply: It's both.

From early childhood, I chronicled the events of my life in verse. Although I based my career on writing suspense novels, I continued to fill notebooks with poetry, which I kept stuck away in a drawer.

Readers who grew up reading "Lois Duncan books" have been urging me to write my autobiography. That task seemed formidable until I began to leaf through those notebooks and found myself in every season of my life -- Springtime (as a child); Summer (as a young mother), Autumn (at the peak of my career), and, of course, Winter (as the mother of a murdered daughter). Without realizing it, I wrote my autobiograhy as I lived it.

SEASONS OF THE HEART is a collection of those poems, divided into seasons, interspersed with narrative about what was going on in my life at those times. It also contains photographs. The "Winter" section is devoted to Kait's death.

This book is available only from on-line bookstores like Amazon.com or Barnesandnoble.com. To order it, you need to search for "Seasons of the Heart by Lois Duncan." There are so many books with the words "seasons" and "heart" in the title that it's hard to locate it by author or title alone. You need to type in both.

Answered by: Kait's Mom
 
hElLo
 
Question: Hi, i am just writting to say that i have just finished readin ur book. I absolutely LOVED it. its one of the best books i have read probably in my intire life and i have read alot of book. most of them were yours. i dont know how it feels first hand to have someone that close to me die but i know that it hurts worse to have a daughter die. as i was reading this book it helped me realize the evil in this world and that sometimes there is nothing you can do about it.. you are a terrific writer and i pray that God helps you with this and i pray that you and your family just keep fighting. i hope you find ur daughters killer. oh and if you dont mind me asking. when will \"The Tally Keeper\" be published i would love to read that book as well. if you have any idea could u email me at cutelolodixiegal900@yahoo.com and again Bless you and your family. u are an outstanding person. i just hope you know that

Asked on Monday, March 19, 2007 at 12:03:14 PM
Reply: Thank you for your sweet message. I don't know when THE TALLY KEEPER will be published.

Answered by: Kait's Mom
 
HeY
 
Question: Hey i a a 15 year old girl who lives in Tennessee i have just finished reading the book "who killed my daughter" and i was really fascinated at the fact that the mother "lois duncan" went through soo much to find out who did this to her daughter. i was only 3 when all of this happered but when i read the book i just had to find out more about the case! i dont think i can help the case (if it hadnt been soved already) but i do hope yall catch the killer and whoever else is involved! i am really sorry for what happened to her daughter...thats all i really wanted to say. thank you for you time.

Asked on Monday, March 19, 2007 at 11:48:36 AM
Reply: Thank you for caring about us and about Kait.

Answered by: Kait's Mom
 
ORGAN TRANSPLANTS?
 
Question: What happened with the organ transplants? I read in Who Killed My Daughter that Kait was an organ doner, but what happened with the transplants? And what's the new book, seasons of the Heart? Is that a sequel to Who Killed My Daughter?

Asked on Sunday, March 18, 2007 at 01:44:40 PM
Reply: SEASONS OF THE HEART is not a sequel to WHO KILLED MY DAUGHTER?.

SEASONS OF THE HEART is my newest book, available only from on-line book stores, and it concerns my whole life, not just Kait's death. It does contain the following information about Kait's organ transplant:

"Kait was an organ donor. Her heart and lungs went into the chest of a young optician from Santa Fe. When he emerged from recovery, he told his mother and a nurse about a dream he experienced about a frightened blonde girl being chased in a car by dark-complexioned men. Several years later, his mother contacted me to tell me about that dream and to give me the notes she took as her son described it. I also read an article about it written by the nurse. At the time of the transplant, there had been no way the organ recipient could have known a thing about the donor or the circumstances of her death. I've been told that the calls of the body contain memory. Kait's final memory appartnetly got transplanted along with her major organs."

Answered by: Kait's Mom
 
Parent house
 
Question: Where did Kaitlyn live (the apartment)? Where did you and your husband live before you moved to the smaller house with Donnie? Address please, if possible.

Asked on Sunday, March 18, 2007 at 12:13:56 PM
Reply: Kait lived in an apartment complex at 303 Alvarado SE, which was just south of Central Ave.

Our family home was on Dakota NE, one block north of the fairgrounds. I don't feel right posting the address on the Internet out of respect for the current owners.

Answered by: Kait's Mom
 
physical description
 
Question: Lois Duncan, the author of Who Killed My Daughter, describes kaitlyn as the sweetest girl ever. I read you book and I absolutely love it. I'm trying to get all my friends to read it as well. I'm even doing a report on unsolved murders. Kaitlyn Arquette is one of my murders I'm explaining. Do you think you could give me any physical description of Kaitlyn?

hair color
eye color
skin color
height
???
Your a fantastic person, and your daughter did not deserve to die.

Asked on Sunday, March 18, 2007 at 11:43:04 AM
Reply: Although we loved her with all our hearts and I would have given my life for her, I don't think any of us in the family would describe her as "the sweetest girl ever." "Sweet" isn't the right adjective. She had many great qualities -- loving and fun and smart and ambitious and loyal (maybe over-loyal)to her friends -- but she was also a typical teenager, who was going through a stage of rebellion. She made some mistakes and withheld things from us that turned out to be more important than she realized. And she trusted all the wrong people. If she had been allowed to grow up and take her place in the world as an adult, I believe she would have done some wonderful things for humanity. Her goal was to become a doctor.

Physically:
She was about five foot, seven inches. Blonde. Green eyes. Perfect complexion -- (she never had acne) -- and perfect teeth -- (she never had a cavity). And she had a dimple high on her left cheek, in a place where no dimple should be. We jokingly called it "God's fingerprint." That dimple turned out to be like a little bull's eye. The first bullet struck it directly.

Answered by: Kait
 
the organ transplant
 
Question: I just read your new book, Seasons of the Heart, which I ordered from Amazon.com. That information about Kait's memories being transplanted along with her organs wasn't in Who Killed My Daughter! That's the most incredible thing I ever heard of. Why didn't you write about it in who Killed My Daughter?

Asked on Sunday, March 18, 2007 at 11:07:45 AM
Reply: It wasn't in WHO KILLED MY DAUGHTER? because, at the time I wrote that book, I didn't know about it. The organ recipient's mother didn't contact me until several years later. That's also about the time I read the article by the nurse.

Answered by: Kait's Mom
 
Election
 
Question: Could it be possible that a huge illegal fund raising effort is in place to siphon public works project funds and drug money with the end goal of providing funds for the 2008 election race?

It seems so strange that we havent heard anything about the sealed indictments against prominant democrats, iglesius is fired, then starts a scandel in washington because dominici and wilson were allegedly pressuring him to do his job with respect to the obviously corrupt NM power structure. I bet he fears for his life and has been afraid to do what is necessary to bring down these democrats.

what exactly constitutes justification for not unsealing an indictment?

Asked on Sunday, March 18, 2007 at 06:24:18 AM
Reply: I don't know enough about either politics or the law to be able to respond to those questions.

Answered by: Kait's Mom
 
Kait'
 
Question: Do you really know who killed your daughter? Do you think it is weird that your books realate to your real life? Was the sykic you saw freaky or was she normal?

Asked on Friday, March 16, 2007 at 03:29:37 PM
Reply: No, we don't know who pulled the trigger(s). Three times. Apparently, using guns of two different calibers. That fact causes us to think there were two shooters.

Yes, that's "weird."

The psychics we consulted seemed as normal as anybody else. Everyday people. They just happened to have a particular talent, like people who are gifted in art or music or writing or math or woodworking or computers or anything else.

Answered by: Kait's Mom
 
kait
 
Question: what happen to kait.

Asked on Friday, March 16, 2007 at 08:03:56 AM
Reply: She was shot to death.

Answered by: Kait's Mom
 
i am really sorry
 
Question: i'm a 14yr old and i just started reading your novel when one day i came across reading the novel on your daughter. i am really sorry for your loss and i pray to god that may you and your family find the murderers of your beloved daughter. one again i am sorry and god bless your whole family

Asked on Wednesday, March 14, 2007 at 12:48:34 PM
Reply: Thank you for your sweet message.

Answered by: Kait's Mom
 
The Tally Keeper
 
Question: Did I understand you correctly, is the "Tally Keeper" finished and about to be published?

Asked on Tuesday, March 13, 2007 at 03:10:45 PM
Reply: The sequel, THE TALLY KEEPER, is written up to the point where we are today. More can still be added as new information is given us or uncovered by our private investigators.

No, it's not "about to be published." We need to find just the right publisher for this book, one who will not be intimidated by the controversial content. That may take a while, or it may happen immediately. Publishing is a business, and publishers have their own agendas.

Answered by: Kait's Mom
 
HI.....
 
Question: HI MY NAME IS LILLY IM 14 YEARS OLD AND I HAVE NEVER LIKED TO READ.....UNTIL THE STORY ABOUT KAIT. IT MADE ME RELIZE THE TRUE DANGERS IN THE WORLD AND NOT ALL THINGS ARE GOING TO HAPPEN LIKE WE WISH THEY WOULD. I WILL PRAY THAT U DON ROBBIN AND THE REST OF YOUR FAMILY WILL FINALLY KNOW THE TRUTH. WITH LUV AND PRAYERS LILLY.

Asked on Monday, March 12, 2007 at 12:12:35 PM
Reply: Bless you, Lilly. That is exactly the message young readers should get from this book.

Answered by: Kait's Mom
 
Theme
 
Question: What would the theme of your book be?

Asked on Sunday, March 11, 2007 at 04:53:41 PM
Reply: THE TALLY KEEPER will start where WHO KILLED MY DAUGHTER? left off and will cover all that's happened since that first book was published in 1992.

And, believe me, A LOT has happened!!!!

Answered by: Kait's Mom

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