Found Missing by Linda Slavin
A True Story of Domestic Violence, Murder and Eternity: 1

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Human Response in the Midst of Divine Intervention.

Lisa who is left by her mother at the tender age of 6 months longs for a happy family life. However, life throws her on a different course.

She is stalked by Vincent, a city boy who has a reputation for toughness and illegal activities.

Forced into marrying him, Lisa suffers a massive amount of abuse at his hands until one day Vincent's van is abandoned and him missing.

Lisa relentlessly struggles to take on the cold case that has led to dead end journeys for ten years. She is determined to solve the mystery of his disappearance the only way she knows how, by her own hands.

In Found Missing, Lisa struggles to find meaning behind the events of her husband's disappearance revealing the aftermath of what happens when you want out, but can't seem to escape your own destiny.


About Linda Slavin

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Linda Slavin, a contributing columnist for a women's leadership e-letter, is a sought-after speaker in business and leadership meetings. Found Missing: A True Story of Domestic Violence, Murder and Eternity is her first novel. In her authentic and transparent style, Linda shares with personal experience, the effects of domestic violence, tragedy, and spirituality. In her writings she is able to give her readers a glimpse into the harsh realities of domestic violence, an epidemic that is on the rise in number and intensity. Mel Cohen, CFP, RFC, is a business consultant with over thirty-five years of experience. He serves the financial and business needs of businessmen and women in the United States and around the world. His biography appears in Marquis' Who's Who in finance and industry, once in the Silver Anniversary 28th Edition, and again in the 31st Millennium Edition. A consultant with hands-on experience, he regularly provides practical advice in marketing, finances, taxation, management, nonprofit organizations, and barter.
Published October 15, 2011 by Inspired Authors Press LLC. 200 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Literature & Fiction, Parenting & Relationships. Non-fiction

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