Free parenting and families Kindle books for 07 Jun 18

The Giggling Granny : Serial Killer Nannie Doss

by Annette Rice

No matter how hard Nannie tried to find true romance her efforts failed. She seemed to find men who were a lot like her father, abusive, or they were skirt chasing alcoholics. Nannie couldn’t handle it and began to kill her husbands and other members of her family.
Nannie was born Nancy Hazel on November 4, 1904 in Blue Mountain, Alabama. Her parents James born in 1875 and Louisa (Lou) Holden Hazel born in 1878 were not much more than poor dirt farmers. She was the oldest of 5 children, her sister Dovie born in 1908 and Brother William born in 1915, 1910 census shows an Annie or Addie Hazel in the household with Nancy and her parents but she was not on the 1920 census. Could Nannie’s killing have started with this sister?



Whatever Has Happened Is Justice (Gujarati Edition)

by Dada Bhagwan

There are times in life when we must endure suffering due to no fault on our part – or so it seems. Life circumstances can appear terribly unjust. Naturally we question, “Why me? Am I wrong? It’s not my fault!, Why do bad things happen to good people?”

Added to the many problems in everyday life, these situations can feel like the very definition of suffering. We may conclude that there is no God, question how to get inner peace, and how to live through such trying circumstances.

In the book “Whatever Has Happened Is Justice”, Gnani Purush (embodiment of Self knowledge) Dadashri offers spiritual guidance on how to resolve conflict of injustice inherent in life.

Dadashri provides profound insight into the law of karma, explaining who is “The Doer”, who is at fault, and what is the cause behind every instance of suffering.

To attain an inner state of no worry, to begin to live in peace, or even to learn how to stay healthy amidst life challenges, this book will prove precious.



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