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Trial and Tribulations


Trial and Tribulations

by Deidra D. S. Green

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  • ISBN 1230000042008
  • English
  • 36 Pages
  • 10502 Words

Trial and Tribulations

by Deidra D. S. Green

There were few who believed Parker Chamberlain, and those that did were immediate family. Those that didn't tried to dissuade her from making an even bigger fool of herself by leveling charges against such an upstanding citizen like Lawrence Williamson. Did Parker listen to those who thought her a fool or did she stand up for herself and call her assailant out? Find out in Trial and Tribulations.

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  • VKB

    Poorly written. Bad sentence structure, horrible grammar and numerous typos distracted from content. Speaking of content - awkward, stilted dialogue read like a bad transcript and when combined with the many legal errors, such as the erroneous "hostile witness" characterization, made this a labourious and boring read.

    October 01, 2017

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