This book is the personal experiences of my son and my family’s walk through grief. My son was seventeen when he was accused of murdering a fourteen year old girl. The story recounts much of the emotion and fear and hurt throughout the story. Also, the story recounts the pain of having a child with mental illness.
Throughout the story there is an underlying theme of hope in spite of horrific events. This story is to walk the reader through the grief and poignancy of our losses, while bringing the comfort and peace of God.
Anyone reading this book, including men, will experience the emotions and tears as they plow through the stories.
Alice McLaughlin is currently a Mary Kay consultant. Previously an LPN in the state of Nevada. Attended Northern Nevada Community College in Elko, Nevada. She and her husband, Bill, have been married for 26 years. They raised two grandchildren who are adults now. She has been writing poetry and short stories for most of her adult life. This is her first published book. She is an ordained minister and leads a group for Seniors at the church where she attends. She also leads a prayer group once a week. She lives in Jerome Idaho with her husband, one grandson, and 2 dogs and one cat.