Ken Corbett

psychologist and author

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Ken Corbett on KCRW

What do you do with a 14-year-old who murders another child? That question lies at the heart of a new book,  A Murder Over a Girl . It’s about a case in Oxnard eight years ago.

'A Murder Over a Girl'

What do you do with a 14-year-old who murders another child? That question lies at the heart of a new book, A Murder Over a Girl . It’s about a case in Oxnard eight years ago.

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