Tag Archives: Autobiography

(Book review) Saving my assassin

It’s hard to believe that an eighty-seven pound woman, just under five foot tall, could stand up to those intent on murdering her, but with God that is just what happened! As the author herself states, “I should be dead. Buried in an unmarked grave in Romania. Obviously, I am not. God had other plans.”

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(Book review) All but normal

This is the story of the Shawn’s life growing up on Victory Road with his younger brother Troy, and parents, John and Bev. The story begins with the account of young John and Bev’s car accident that resulted in a trauma to Bev’s head. When she awoke from her coma she was never the same person again. She lived the rest of her life with violent mood swings and uncontrollable fits of rage. John married Bev and cared for her the rest of her life. This account of Shawn and Troy’s childhood years is troubling and realistically told.

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(Book Review) A Most Incredible Witness

The book A Most Incredible Witness tells the true story of the Pittsford family losing its son and brother Timothy (nicknamed Timmy Tough Bob) to death without warning.

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(Book Review) Girl in the Song

Chrissy has grown up in a loving home and amidst a caring church family, the daughter of a pastor in the rough side of Brooklyn. Chrissy has seen the pain the world has to offer and also the beauty of God’s amazing love. As Chrissy becomes older, however, outside worldly influences convince her that she needs to be perfect.

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