Murder in Slow Motion
A book by Anna De Suza on her personal experiences at the hands of a malicious stalker and how she fought back.
Will today be the day your life changes forever?
Will today be the day that you attract the eye of a stranger?
Will someone you have known for years develop an unhealthy obsession with you?
I cannot tell you at what exact point my life changed. And you probably wouldn’t be able to
tell anyone else when evil came into your life. Rather than a crash, mine was more like a
slow drip. A series of episodes that on their own seemed upsetting and frustrating rather
than something that has made me question how my life would end and re-write my will, and
make my loved ones aware of end of life wishes.
Does that seem a little dramatic? Perhaps, until you have been on the receiving end of
something so deliberate. Stalking is referred to as murder in slow motion by some of the
This is a book I never wanted to write, and I hope you never need, but I wish there was a
self-help guide for Victims of Stalking when I needed one. This isn’t a book about me, and
it certainly shouldn’t be about him. I have published it as my attempt to help others.
There is support out there, but it took me hours of research to find information, and
therefore, this book is designed to help victims of this crime take back control, and advises
them where to go for help and support.
I want this book to demonstrate to everyone that you do not have to have received a great
education, you don’t have to be a celebrity, you don’t have to be young or gorgeous, and
you don’t have to be rich to attract the eye of a stalker.
And you don’t have to have or be any of those things to fight back.
The Kindle version of my book can be purchased from Amazon HERE
The paperback version will be released shortly.
A contribution from the sale of each book goes towards the Suzy Lamplugh Trust.
The author of this book is available for interview and can be contacted via email HERE or by telephone on 07778 471825
Suzy Lamplugh disappeared during a working day in 1986 and was never seen again. Her body was never found and she was officially declared dead in 1993. The Suzy Lamplugh Trust exists to ensure that what happened to Suzy does not happen to anyone else. We do this by campaigning, educating and supporting people to Live Life Safe. For more information please click HERE