Can You Help Me Solve This Crime?: A Widow's Scrapbook

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Xlibris Corporation, Jun 16, 2009 - True Crime - 238 pages
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Please read the first chapter of the book Life Is Not Fair to get a better understanding of my biography.
Before I grew up and met my husband, I had a typical childhood, with six brothers and four sisters, me being the middle child of eleven children. We lived on a forty acre farm in a small suburb north of Minneapolis, Minnesota. I did well in my elementary school, junior high and senior high school. After graduating from high school I was in a horrible deadly car accident, where four people died and I was disabled for almost a whole year. After that year I went to a community technical college taking the practical nursing course and did well also, I passed my State Boards first try. I was working as an LPN when I met Armand Chicoine, we dated on and off for about a year and a half when he proposed. After our marriage, life was perfect. The book then gives you most of the information regarding the time after our marriage up to and including the events regarding his murder. Since his death I have lived life waiting and hoping for something to come of this mystery. After seeing so many cold cases on TV and in Article in the Newspapers and/or books on this subject I thought I would write a book and hopefully get some help to solve my husbands Cold-Case Unsolved Murder. I started this book in 2002. Writing a book is not easy. I've had several Ghostwriters who wanted to write the story their way and not as it was. So they did not write this book. I hired three Ghostwriters who helped me to professionally put together this scrapbook. So the rest of the story starts here. Life Is Not Fair!

I hope you like this book and you can help me find answers to my questions: Who did it and Why? If you have any information regarding my husband Armand P. P. Chicoines murder please get back to me at my Email address:

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