Independence, LA (PRWEB) September 07, 2012
For anyone not familiar with Louisiana, Independence is a small town with barely over one thousand residents and is part of the Tangipahoa Parish. One would never think that it could also be the place where one of Louisiana's most notorious murders occurred, but that's exactly what happened in March of 2001.
Eleven years ago, the Tangipahoa Parish community was shaken to its core. Armed robbers invaded a local Independence Piggly Wiggly grocery store, determined to steal money from the store office. The perpetrators had planned to strike when the store was closed, but there were people still in the store when they tried to execute their deadly plan. In the wake of the ordeal, a store employee was brutally murdered, and others were left traumatized. There was much more to this tragic event than reported to the Louisiana public - that's what this new book unfolds.
The book Lady Lawbreaker, by G.J. Fuller, reveals the events that happened that day in dramatic and shocking detail. In this account of a true, but tragic chapter in Louisiana history, an eccentric young woman battles determined armed robbers and prevents one brutal murder from becoming a mass murder. Lady Lawbreaker will leave you breathless as it dramatizes the events, providing an account of the thoughts and feelings of the victims that day as they fought to stay alive. Independence hasn't been the same since the tragic events of 2001.
G.J. Fuller holds a certification in criminal justice, and is the author of the 1996 highly acclaimed suspense novel, Chastity, Innocence Unleashed.
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Basic Source for Book: State vs. Thomas, 2010-1637 (La.Ct.App.1st Cir., 5/6/11).
TITLE: Lady Lawbreaker GENRE: True Crime AUTHOR: G.J. Fuller DATE OF PUBLICATION: August 13, 2012
Softcover - 116 pages: ISBN: 978-1475937145, PRICE $10.95 Available at Amazon.com AND Barnes and Noble (bn.com)