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by Kimberly Biller
This is the memoir of an abused child turned young bride, desperate to escape her life and the past that drives her. The writer tells you what she endured growing up with severely abusive parents. By the age of 2 she suffered not only physical, mental and sexual abuse, but abandonment as well. Her father was an alcoholic with a very dark side. Her mother was completely co-dependent on the man she thought she couldn't live without. Continuously neglecting and abusing her young children, she favored the drunken womanizer who created the hell in which they lived. Sometimes penniless, most of the time jobless, and always on the verge of homelessness, this memoir will show you what a dysfunctional family was really like in the 70's and 80's. Forced to marry at the young age of 15 would set in motion a chain of events that forever altered the author's life. As the second child bride of three sisters she will show you how much adversity one woman can endure yet still come out on the other end.... miraculously intact.Purchase on Amazon
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Couldn't Lay in the Bed They Made" is a wonderfully unassuming memoir
written in the traditional southern front porch story telling style.
by Wodke Hawkinson
Ruby Hays works as a waitress while attending college. After a mysterious phone call, her ex-boyfriend, Kenny, goes missing. Although she files a report with the police, Ruby decides to pursue her own investigation. The facts are seemingly unconnected: a vampire-themed nightclub, unsolved murders, secret gatherings. Each clue brings Ruby closer to the truth...and to danger.
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