By Sheila Johnson
Stuck In A Trap
For Darlene Roberts, a quiet force domestic from paintings became out to be the tip of the line while a stranded motorist flagged her down. once she stopped, Darlene was once forcibly dragged from her motor vehicle and viciously thrown to the floor, certain with cords and tightly gagged. A moment attacker stepped into the scene, a lady in a hood and a masks. . ..
Hunted Like An Animal
In the resultant fight, the woman's masks slipped off, revealing the face of Darlene's husband's ex-wife, Barbara Ann Roberts. Darlene broke away, operating for her existence. The couple pursued her throughout a box until eventually they discovered her hiding within the grass. A shotgun used to be aimed--and fired--point clean. Later, Darlene used to be found floating in a pond. . .
Dead within the Water
Who fired the deadly shot? The sour ex-wife? Or her lover and companion, millionaire neurosurgeon Dr. Robert Schiess III? just one of them will be convicted of homicide during this disturbingly twisted story of fans, cheaters, and killers in a small Alabama city. . .
With sixteen Pages of unveiling images
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