Significance of the Missing White Dot

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Frankie killed her infant daughter. The papers screamed, “What kind of a monster could do such a thing?” Now Frankie's convicted, in the slammer forever. There's nothing more to be said... but is there? In a macabre descent into insanity, G.M. Weger, a master of psychological horror, takes us on a journey that is dark-beyond-black. More

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About GM Weger

G.M. Weger lives near East Garrison in the town of Salinas, California. She works as an editor/writer for the Department of Defense on former Army base Fort Ord. The inspiration for "East Garrison" came in part from her background around military antiques. Soon after she began working at Fort Ord, she found herself exploring the closed fort on her lunch hour, and felt haunted by spirits of all the soldiers who passed through on their way to four different wars. And then she wrote the award-winning book.

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Review by: Anthony Montano on Dec. 6, 2012 :
I like the format of this story and the way it slowly comes out, but it's not predictable at all. Very realistically written. Didn't depress me. It fascinated me. Terrific writing.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Review by: Leslie Penley on Oct. 17, 2012 : (no rating)
"Significance of the Missing White Dot" is a dark, beautifully written depressing story of a woman who committed an unthinkable crime. Slowly the readers begins to understand why. Suspenseful and depressing, the story will haunt the reader.

Leslie Penley
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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