Rhonda Hunnel


When is a book more than a book? My answer is a book that can be used as a tool to engage people in conversation by sharing real life experiences. Life is complicated and complex yet we yearn for the simple answers and the truth. It is by story sharing that knowledge is given and change emerges to lead to a better way of life.
What you are about to read are real life events involving myself and children I have had to honor to meet; some of which I barely knew, one that I can’t seem to forget, others that lay hidden amongst a blind community, yet another that was once my own. These extraordinary true stories create a guide to coping with life’s complexities and take the reader on an unforgettable journey of hope.
I understand the pain that consumes the innocents of a child due to abuse. I hear the cries of parents suffering from the loss of a child. I know the anger and disappointment for a justice system gone awry.
Evil presented itself to me at age seventeen and what I thought was compassion and kindness was now deception and horror. This violation of rape revealed the ugly truth and like a serpent I would somehow strike back.
Josh was only twelve when he received a murder conviction for killing his father. Did he really pull the trigger that ended his father’s life? The truth will be revealed years later through a letter.
What is justice, when a known drug dealer and child molester walks free from a punishment rightly deserved, yet not served for lack of evidence.
A beautiful young girl entangled in a web of deception and lies. She stayed true to herself and stood alone to regain the life she once loved. Evil persuaded her and that same evil ended her life forever.
It is my belief that by sharing my stories, others will gain the knowledge necessary to live a life of abundance and possibly share their own story to help others. I am not famous, I am not a celebrity or a known political figure, I am you! A simple person who struggled with the past, overcame the horror in my life and thrive to live day by day in a world doomed by humanities collective stupidity for lack of compassion and love towards each other. Change starts within you and it is your choice to do so.

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Snake In The Grass
Price: $7.99 USD. Words: 73,170. Language: English. Published: January 25, 2013. Categories: Nonfiction » Biography » Autobiographies & Memoirs, Nonfiction » True Crime » Missing persons
How many of us have used the idea "what if", and my life would have been different. We cannot go back and change what is already done. We learn by the example of others. You can learn by these true stories of real life experiences that will make you cry, feel angry or stand triumphant. The choice is yours to find change and live a better life for yourself and your children.

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