What made Debbie persevere after so many dead ends, false leads, and missing evidence? Despite the roadblocks created by cover-ups or just plain incompetence, the quest to catch the killer never died inside Debbie’s heart. It never died for good reasons that Debbie would only learn after the case closed. How does Debbie resolve the vicious way Kathy died with the loving God she and her sister worshipped so dearly?
Debbie and Kathy sang in the youth choir and traveled with the church youth group around Louisiana and surrounding states, proclaiming the love of God. They had memorized Scriptures since they were toddlers, and these Scriptures came to Debbie’s mind when she needed to hear them the most. But were they true? Did God really take her burdens away? Did he really work all things for good—even Kathy’s murder? Did Debbie forgive her killer like God asked her to?
Discover the answers to these questions in Sweet Scent of Justice, a true-crime memoir by a sister who experienced how God actually works, beyond words, in the lives of His children when they need His guidance the most. It offers hope and encouragement for those experiencing trials in their lives, and it takes the reader on a three-year quest for truth and justice in a small Louisiana college town.
About Debbie Wilson
Debbie Wilson has been an educator for over twenty-six years. She currently serves as a
New Teacher Induction Coordinator where she provides professional development to new
teachers. She also teaches online classes at a local college where she received her bachelor’s degree and master’s degree in Elementary Education and her certification in Administration and Supervision. She has been married to Todd, her high school sweetheart, for twenty-seven years. They have two beautiful daughters, Brittany and Katelyn.
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