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Three Shattered Souls

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"Sometimes fathers should not be awarded custody of their own children. Especially, when there's an ulterior motive.
 
""Three Shattered Souls"" is a memoir of how a father gained custody of his three young children and tricked his new wife into raising them. She outwardly rejected his kids, putting them through cruel mental and physical anguish for years. This is a gripping
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Paperback, 380 pages
Published September 30th 2009 by Authorhouse
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Jillian
Jan 05, 2017 Jillian rated it it was ok
Self published, so the grammar is painful. The story itself is tragic, but would've been told better with the help of an editor. The author has a tendency to repeat himself.
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