An estranged husband who was a former high-school sweetheart. A suitor spurned after a night of boozing and dancing. A secret early-morning lover. These were three of the five viable suspects police were investigating after 23-year-old Catherine Janet Walsh's parents discovered her half-nude body in her bed that Saturday morning of a sultry Labor Day weekend in 1979. Thirty-two years later, thanks to the emerging science of DNA forensics, Detective Andrew Gall, who was the initial responding officer to the murder scene, had a prime suspect in this cold case.
Filled with whimsical illustrations and witty rhyme, 'Whose A&& Is That?' encourages women to laugh at our collective selves. Author Marylu Zuk reassures us that we are indeed perfect regardless of the size or shape of our buns. 'Whose A&& Is That?' permits every woman to relax her abs, exhale and laugh at what we rarely see - our own backsides! This quick read is a delightful gift for your female tribe - sisters, aunts, coworkers and friends.
Enter a world of sex, deception, ignorance and guilt. Malformed metaphysical ideas and corrupt social mores intertwine against the backdrop of a small town where there are too many secrets and life is anything but ideal. When a girl gets lost in this world and decides to escape, what will happen in her wake?
Lily's sitting alone on a couch in the corner of a crowded funeral home, desperately clinging to a scrap of paper in her right hand. She's avoiding contact with those around her, keeping to herself, because she holds more than that scrap of paper - she holds a lot of secrets, including one she's keeping from herself. As Lily guards her secrets on the couch in the corner, the familiar faces of funeral home patrons stir a lifetime of memories, a collection of past events brought to pass before her eyes.
When Grant Baker, an accomplished and respected newspaper photographer, suddenly stops talking one day, his wife embarks upon a journey to find out why. Pauline's quest prompts theories from authorities that include a theologian and a doctor in an exploration of themes that takes in faith, perception, guilt, identity, artistic endeavor, communication, universal light, and love. What tale would Grant tell, if only he would - or could?
RAMBLER traces the challenge of living with and overcoming a husband and father's mental illness. It takes readers through a series of baffling and traumatic events and explores their experience through intimate family scenes and Steve's and Linda's personal writings. It's the real life story of a family finding a way forward through the fog of mental illness.
rambler: a family pushes through the fog of mental illness
justice delayed: the catherine janet walsh story