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Charles W. Sherman enlisted in the Twelfth Connecticut Volunteer Infantry in January 1862. His arduous Civil War journey is eloquently described in 160 letters that date from March 5, 1862, to October 15, 1864, four days before he was killed in the Battle of Cedar Creek, Virginia. Charles's English birth and experiences as an infantryman…
. . .But Left Him As A Corpse
Their fifteen years of passion and excess ended the day Rhonda drove directly from a shooting range to the Austin home they once shared. After pumping ten bullets into him from a Glock 9mm, she stood over Joste's blood-splattered body and shot him six more times – twice below the waist.
The Ultimate Girl Gone Wild
According to Rhonda, Joste was violent, abusive, and threatened her life. Here, for the first time, are Rhonda Glover's shocking stories of drug-crazed devil worship and sexual perversity. But in a packed courtroom, prosecutors presented shocking evidence that beautiful Rhonda didn't act in self-defense – it was hot-blooded murder!
Includes 16 Pages Of Shocking Photos