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The Secrets of Jackson Glen

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  • Sales Rank:139,663
  • Format:Kindle eBook
  • Language:English (Published)
  • Media:Kindle Edition
  • Pages:261
  • Publication Date:June 15, 2012
  • ASIN:B008BYHIWK


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Synopsis
When I first began poking around in my family tree I had thought that genealogy was pretty boring. That was before I discovered a great aunt that was rumored to have done away with three husbands. All died of a mysterious stomach virus – one of them on their honeymoon!

I’m not the suspicious sort that looks for a conspiracy behind every door – but you must admit – it all sounds mighty peculiar. This matter came to my attention through family gossip. To my knowledge the authorities had never given these deaths even a casual glance.

I was certainly no detective, but I had found many dead relatives through my passionate hobby of genealogy. Would that be enough to solve such a mystery? In addition, I discovered my aunt’s house had many hidden rooms and had been used as a speakeasy during prohibition? Add in a dead body or two and it was quite a riddle. You will not want to miss this exciting story!

Born out of true people, places, and events, this first person account is based on family gossip, rumors, and innuendo – decades old. Obvious embellishments are weaved into the story along the way. This tale took decades to unveil, but it is an exciting story that needs telling..

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