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Hidden Scars

Author : Fran Gamm
ISBN : 9781642980608
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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He is waiting in the driveway for the perfect time to break in. It wasn’t enough that she suffered from MS all these years, but now, she is tortured by this weirdo night after night.

Hidden Scars

Author : Tessa Rey
ISBN : 9781481700078
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Growing up in a small town and barely surviving abuse and teenage drinking, Tessa takes off for the US Air Force to change her life, but poor choices continue to haunt her with betrayals as she searches for that ever-elusive desire to be loved. She starts a family; however, just when life seems to straighten out, drug abuse enters her home, and then physical illnesses start plaguing her. So begins a life of struggling to survive so she can raise her children. Given less than a year to live after a diagnosis of metastatic breast cancer, she turns to the Lord. She is not prepared for the feelings of love and belonging she has missed all her life. After another divorce, she takes her children and moves back close to her hometown so that she can live in peace and raise her children. Tessa struggles with her relationship with her parents, and then after her younger sister commits suicide, her mother's words change her life forever. Tessa starts dealing with the scars she has kept hidden all these years. Hidden Scars is that journey of learning to live with those scars like tattoos on the soul so that she can be set free.

Hidden Scars

Author : D. R. McNeil
ISBN : 9781602477445
Genre : Religion
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In her compelling journal written about her own ride on the terrifying rollercoaster of abuse, D.R. McNeil plunges into her own experiences as a young victim. As a survivor and overcomer, she offers her story in hopes that no child will be forced to endure the pain and fear of being abused. From solitary days to fearful, sleepless nights, D.R. McNeil found herself threatened by some of the people she held most dear. Read about her plight for survival and, unfortunately, the remaining anxiety and mental distress from her childhood abuse. It is her plea that we will never forget the beautiful children who are suffering daily, trying with all their might to survive.

Her Hidden Scars

Author : B.M. Griffin
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Genre : Fiction
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" I highly enjoyed this book. It was attention grabbing and suspenseful. It has the evil villain, the hero and the woman who over comes her horrible past and becomes a bad ass. You can't go wrong with this book if you are a fan of paranormal. I definitely recommend reading. I look forward to great things from this author!" Book 1, Loving Her Scars Review by LSK Sweetheart Reviews. Megan has no intention of playing the damsel in distress. Jared just wants to keep her safe. As a human in a world full of werewolves, Megan finds herself in danger again and again. She will not be forced into hiding while the people she cares for fight to keep her safe. When an old enemy of the pack comes for Megan, she refuses to run scared but fighting back carries a grave cost. The price of salvation is for Jared to make her a member of the pack. Turn his stubborn human into a werewolf. Is it a bargain he’s willing to make? Can Jared overcome his wolf’s need to always be the protector and trust that Megan is strong enough to fight back, or will his desire to protect her drive her away from their pack? And him.

Hidden Scars

Author : Mark de Castrique
ISBN : 9781464208973
Genre : Fiction
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When Asheville, NC, private eyes Sam Blackman and Nakayla Robertson are asked by an eighty-year-old client to investigate the suspicious death of her brother, they warn her there is little chance of success. Paul Weaver died nearly seventy years earlier. The only documentation she has is the sole surviving copy of a coroner's report stating his death was caused by an accidental fall while hiking. There's a red flag: local son Weaver knew every inch of the mountain trails. The returning World War II veteran had enrolled at Black Mountain College, a liberal local school with an international reputation for innovation, thanks to its stellar faculty and advisers like Buckminster Fuller and Albert Einstein. The college of the 1940s is currently being portrayed in a film being shot on the site of its former location. The plot is based on a book by a local author. The research behind both may provide a lead in the Weaver case. One is drawn from movie crew member Harlan Beale, an octogenarian mountaineer who knew Weaver. In a late-night voice message, Beale tells Sam he's found something to show him. Then Beale is discovered dead in the Black Mountain College Museum. His murder turns the cold case white hot. When a second killing follows, the question becomes how to separate dark doings in the present from dark days and hidden scars of the post-war past. In typical de Castrique fashion, the answers aren't what you expect. No-nonsense Nakayla and veteran Sam with his prosthetic leg love their investigations which always carry a thread from the past, and love each other. An interracial couple in the South, even the new South around Asheville, they've surrounded themselves with a terrific support team including an unorthodox lawyer and a veteran cop, and use humor both to bind them all together and to deflect insults. Plus, it helps deal with the tragedies their work uncovers.

Hidden Scars

Author : Susan Rodgers
ISBN : 9781616388218
Genre : Religion
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The damage caused to the child victimized by physical, sexual, verbal or emotional abuse does not disappear when the abuse stops. Sadly, the effects of childhood abuse often persist into adulthood, threatening to resurface unless the necessary healing takes place. Pastor Susan Rodgers shares her personal testimony of childhood abuse, brokenness, and the redemption that only Christ can provide. She confronts the confusion and frustration that victims of abuse are often left to deal with on their own. The insight within these pages provides a glimpse into the pain that many feel obligated to bear in silence, and offers a life-changing message of hope for the hurting. We must guide these precious people to the only true source of comfort: the unfailing love of Jesus Christ. As you embark on this journey, allow God to expose your own hidden scars. Invite Him to heal and restore you, so that you too can enjoy the freedom of abundant living.

Hidden Scars

Author : Vito Zepinic
ISBN : 1465373152
Genre : Psychology
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Mending Hidden Scars

Author : Robin Boose
ISBN : 1365933156
Genre : Religion
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Healing and deliverance is designed just for you. It's the will of the father that we prosper and be in good health even as our souls prosper(3John 1:2)

Secret Scars

Author : Terry O'Neill
ISBN : 9780756541422
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Discusses self-mutilation, providing information on why people cut themselves, how to help a friend who cuts themself, and how to get help for oneself, and includes stories from teenagers about their experiences.

Strange Piece Of Paradise

Author : Terri Jentz
ISBN : 142998807X
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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In the summer of 1977, Terri Jentz and her Yale roommate, Shayna Weiss, make a cross-country bike trip. They pitch a tent in the desert of central Oregon. As they are sleeping, a man in a pickup truck deliberately runs over the tent. He then attacks them with an ax. The horrific crime is reported in newspapers across the country. No one is ever arrested. Both women survive, but Shayna suffers from amnesia, while Terri is left alone with memories of the attack. Their friendship is shattered. Fifteen years later, Terri returns to the small town where she was nearly murdered, on the first of many visits she will make "to solve the crime that would solve me." And she makes an extraordinary discovery: the violence of that night is as present for the community as it is for her. Slowly, her extensive interviews with the townspeople yield a terrifying revelation: many say they know who did it, and he is living freely in their midst. Terri then sets out to discover the truth about the crime and its aftermath, and to come to terms with the wounds that broke her life into a before and an after. Ultimately she finds herself face-to-face with the alleged axman. Powerful, eloquent, and paced like the most riveting of thrillers, Strange Piece of Paradise is the electrifying account of Terri's investigation into the mystery of her near murder. A startling profile of a psychopath, a sweeping reflection on violence and the myth of American individualism, and a moving record of a brave inner journey from violence to hope, this searing, unforgettable work is certain to be one of the most talked about books of the year.

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