Mommy, I Don’t Want To

Book Cover: Mommy, I Don't Want To
Editions:Paperback - First Edition: $ 16.99 USD
ISBN: 978-1090581174
Size: 6.00 x 9.00 in
Pages: 263
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ISBN: B07PM8XNSK
Pages: 263
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ISBN: 9780463923641
Pages: 263

From the time he was a boy, he knew he was something special; different. When he committed his first crime and got away with it, he became something else.

Jay had been called many names, The Marcavillian Hunter, Sunshine State Killer, Eastside Rapist, but for him, he was always the shadow in the night...the figure just out of normal perception. A ghost, someone not seen until he wanted to be.

Learn from inside the mind of one of the greatest criminal minds of the 21st Century and how until only recently, he managed to escape detection for over forty years.

You can't protect yourself from what you can't see.

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After spending a good twenty minutes experimenting with the female underwear, the curious long-haired boy took the plastic Ziploc bag from his sandwich and turned it inside out. Carefully folding the panties into a small neat cube, he placed them inside. The zip wouldn’t seal, but the boy rolled up the edges firmly.

After looking for a place to hide them, he lifted a plank and placed the panties in their weather-tight casing underneath and returned the board to its original position. He then kicked some loose hay over the area to further conceal it.

Job done now, he smoked three more cigarettes. The radio played softly in the background. A weepy voice sang about lost love over a slow, strumming guitar. Not his style, but he was too submerged in thought to get up and change the station.

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By now, Jay had a small black and white notebook on his lap and held a yellow number two pencil between his fingers. Leaning at the edge of the crate, back hunched, head forward, eyes staring but seeing nothing.

Think, mother-fucker, think.

Suddenly it came to him. The pencil began to scribble wildly, sketching out some crude squares with triangles attached to the tops.

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Accept the Broken Heart by Robin Leigh Anderson

Book Cover: Accept the Broken Heart by Robin Leigh Anderson
Editions:Paperback - First Edition: $ 18.99 USD
ISBN: 978-1537097831
Size: 6.00 x 9.00 in
Pages: 498
Hardcover - First Edition: $ 39.99 USD
ISBN: 978-1-365-32983-8
Size: 6.00 x 9.00 in
Pages: 498
Kindle - First Edition: $ 4.49 USD
Pages: 498
ePub - First Edition: $ 4.49 USD
Pages: 498

 

What can be said of Hell, when at its most quiet, I was most terrified? The explosions that had rocked every fiber of my being and made my bones feel like they could simply shatter like tempered glass still resonated.
I looked over at the wounded, wondering if I had the same haunted look in my eyes, and thought I probably did. In this war, no one leaves. No one goes home...and everyone is a casualty of war.

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I’d only kept a sleeping bag and a few personal toiletries. After prayer, there was little else to do but turn in for the night. We had left the IR compound early that morning and I was tired. The quiet young woman blew out the few candles and we settled down. I was dozing off when I heard a familiar whistling sound, followed immediately by a resounding explosion.
It created the maximum amount of terror for the VC and NVA to shell at night in civilian areas, when everyone was supposedly safe and secure in their own homes. People clamored out of their little dwellings, women screaming, babies and children crying. This was what the VC wanted, fear. A little old woman ran up to me and asked me in a trembling voice if I knew how big the shells were. I couldn’t think of a comforting reply. A bullet from a handgun, a shell from a howitzer, they could both kill.
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> A clear voice from the edge of the village called everyone to attention. I recognized the quiet old man that the others had nodded to as they passed, in deference and respect, the one they had called the native word that meant a combination of Elder and Leader. Screaming stopped, children quieted, and everyone hurried toward him.

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Reviews:Matthew J. Pallamary -- author of Land Without Evil and Spirit Matters wrote:

“Accept the Broken Heart brings the emotional realities of troubling and transformative times straight from the heart, laying bare its wounds. If you want to explore the depths of human experience and emotional connection, you can access it here.”

Laura Taylor, Award-Winning Author & Editor wrote:

"Accept the Broken Heart by author Robin Leigh Anderson is a riveting, heart-wrenchingly powerful novel that is destined to captivate readers."

LS wrote:

"Robin writes a book that keeps you riveted to see what happens next and makes you feel that you are right there with her. A great read by an author who grew up in the same small Montana town that I did. Takes us back to that terrible time for our country."


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