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"She was an unknown, a newborn baby, discarded in a dumpster on a bed of decaying garbage and lifeless rodents – to die, trucked away, and forgotten. Yet, she survived. Through her childhood, teenage, and adult years, she wandered and hid, avoiding violent, unknown men driven to finish what they originally failed to do.

What unknown secret drew these men to her? How did th
Kindle Edition, 334 pages
Published November 13th 2014 by Xlibris (first published June 13th 2014)
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