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My Wife, Jillian

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My Wife, Jillian by Chester King
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Description

An unbelievable, true occurrence in todays modern society. An injustice waiting to be answered for. Everyday people are victims to crimes, but how these victims and crimes are addressed are not always the same. The outcomes of criminal proceedings often vary. When you are the victim, that is not always the case. Does a kind, innocent, and slightly naive woman like Jillian always get treated fairly or taken seriously for her humility and compassion in our world? Chester L. King uses the personality of the character of Jillian as a comparison to his own wifes kind, softhearted personality to tell the true story from his own perspective of the real criminal injustices and experiences that she encountered in this short, direct, unique, and challenging publication.

Author Biography

Chester L. King was born in a large, racially diverse city in the Midwest in 1967, The Summer of Love. The only son of a corporate sales representative, Mr. King attended private Christian School and church as a child and teenager. Mr. King, now the father of six and grandfather of several grandchildren, has a medical degree and degrees in construction and theology. Mr. King continues to reside in his hometown with his wife and youngest son. He has additional writings in theology and nonfiction.
Release date Australia
June 29th, 2018
Author
Illustrations
Illustrations, black and white
Imprint
Xlibris Us
Pages
70
Dimensions
152x229x4
ISBN-13
9781984531032
Product ID
28248615

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