Sherrie Lueder


SHERRIE LUEDER is the author of Amazon Best Seller and two-time Award Winning true crime book "HE KILLED OUR JANNY": A Family's Search for the Truth. She was born in 1951 in Tracy, Minn., and christened Sherrie Rae Taarud. She would be the second oldest of four siblings.

After meeting her husband, she settled in his home state of Wisconsin, where they chose to raise their four children. Lueder has lived in Fort Atkinson since 1983. She and her husband are well-known in the community as the owners of L&L Automotive.

Lueder loved spending her summers near the water and enjoyed long days of lounging on the beach, reading mystery novels and writing poetry. The literary career began when one of her poems, “A Tribute to Mom” was published in a local newspaper, (The Lake Park News on Dec. 29, 1979), and later appeared in Eddie-Lou Cole’s "Anthology of Great Poems". She is currently working on several book projects and recently released ASPEN, SNOW, BLOW, AND BO, and MY GUARDED SECRETS." For more information please visit her website.


JOHN HANSEN is a contributing author of "HE KILLED OUR JANNY." He is the youngest sibling and son of Richard and Janyce Hansen. He was raised in Denver, CO and resides in Gilbert, AZ.

JILL HANSEN SMITH is a contributing author of "HE KILLED OUR JANNY." She is the youngest daughter of Janyce Hansen. She was raised in Denver, CO and resides in Aurora, CO.

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"He Killed Our Janny:" A Family's Search for the Truth
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 74,310. Language: English. Published: May 16, 2013. Categories: Nonfiction » True Crime » Family violence, Nonfiction » Relationships and Family » Abuse / domestic partner abuse
International Bestseller-Shocking true story of domestic violence, physical and sexual child abuse and a mother's fatal journey with a very evil man. ['84 Janyce Hansen Unsolved Case, Aurora, Colorado] 5 Stars! "This book evoked so much emotion from me - Book voyeurs who are able to tackle tough subject matter will love this tale." --Kim Cantrell, True Crime Book Reviews

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