Jennifer's Justice by Dierdre Luchsinger-Golberg

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"A popular teacher is brutally murdered, the community is gripped by the compelling story, her family devastated.  Jennifer’s Justice follows the case from the shocking discovery, through the investigation, arrest and eventual trial. From the police investigation, forensic evidence, suicide attempts, the death of a key witness and the judicial system gone temporarily awry, this true story has more twists and turns than most murder-mystery novels.
Through her own grief and personal challenges, we follow the author’s journey as she attempts to support Jennifer’s family which is an extension of her own.  It is a deeply personal account of how such a tragedy affected those who loved and cared for the victim.  It is also a search for a lesson to be learned and shared so something good can come from the horrible crime that was committed.
Jennifer’s Justice is a testament to strength in family support and togetherness in the face of grief and despair.  It is also a confirmation of the life of a wonderful, life-loving human being who left the earth with much unfinished."

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Published May 9, 2006 by AuthorHouse. 420 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction

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