A Bird Without Wings by Gerald L. Blundell PDF

By Gerald L. Blundell

"On October 18, 1979, twenty-three-year-old Marilyn Haberbush is murdered. Marilyn has been shot twice within the head, and is located mendacity at the couch in her modest domestic and a part miles east of Franklin, Texas."

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