In the early morning hours of May 2, 1990, my stepfather, Rich Duncan, checked out of the Motel 6 in Moses Lake, Washington, and traveled over the North Cascades Highway en route to his home in Duvall, Washington. He was supposed to be home by four o'clock that afternoon. Two days later, police discovered his abandoned car in the small town of Darrington, Washington. As my mother desperately struggled to get law enforcement to help find her husband, his killer set out to cover up his crime and evade detection.
"Jon Keehner Loves His Mom..."
On March 14, 2012 Don McNeely sat next to his wife of 27 years, Linda, as she lay sleeping. After contemplating her fate for over two hours, he pulled his Ruger Blackhawk .41 magnum and shot her in the chest, killing her instantly. As police raced to the scene he called his children seeking their forgiveness. He told police that his wife suffered from terminal brain cancer and over the course of the previous months, on numerous occasions she had begged him to shoot her.
"Wow. Just Wow."
This is a power-point audiobook in the I-Can-Do-It Book series. This audiobook covers post-divorce adjustment problems for children, adolescents and young adults. They are the Children of Divorce (CoD). Divorce is a surrealistic and confusing time. Family permanence shatters, venerability of parents dissolves, the covenant of safety ends, feelings of victimization and abandonment intensify, and the expected new role of the offspring - as sympathizer or mediator - forces unwanted changes.
Lincoln McLaren is an eccentric mystery author who lives in a big house on the hill. Known to his neighbors as the creepy recluse, he keeps his distance from the public and relies on his long-time housekeeper and his latest assistant. His world is turned upside down when a serial killer starts using his novels as a murder map. Not everyone understands his ways, especially his comfortableness with his own nudity.
"Mysterious interesting novel"
Human beings are spiritual creatures. We need to be connected to one another and to our Creator to be healthy in spirit. Yet what do we see today? The modern world denies, even destroys spiritual connections. Widespread loneliness and discontent and increasing violence show that society has become spiritually sick and disconnected. The mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, less than twenty miles from where the authors live, highlighted this tragic situation.
When Diana Callan was beaten to death, all the evidence suggested that her husband was the killer. After returning from Afghanistan, former Green Beret Christopher Callan had developed violent blackouts during which he could remember nothing. But another suspect was in the frame, and if Chris could just get enough evidence to prove his own innocence, the real murderer could be punished. Trouble was, that was going to be easier said than done...especially when Chris found himself involved with the girlfriend of a psychotic hoodlum.
Jack Monroe was a man with a dream. He wanted to start a foundation that would encourage architects from poorer families. But to do it, he needed 50 million dollars. So he hooked up with the wealthy Thornhill family. But the Thornhills had more than their share of dirty little secrets, and Jack soon found himself a pawn in a deadly game of murder and deceit. If he wasn't careful, he could wind up becoming the architect of his own downfall.