Grief Diaries Newest Book Features 22 National Cold Cases
22 Men and Women Share Poignant True Stories About Losing a Loved One to an Unsolved Murder
Cheldelin Fell partnered with Ryan Backmann, Founder and Executive Director of the national nonprofit organization Project Cold Case, that works to publicize all unsolved U.S. homicides and kidnappings while linking information with families and law enforcement. The book features 22 true stories that reveal the candid aftermath of losing a loved one to an unsolved crime to help raise awareness and offer comfort to others who share the same path.
"These accounts portray an accurate picture of just what full-force repercussions follow the taking of a life," said Jay Howell, co-founder of the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, who wrote the book's foreword.
"These stories reflect the authentic voices of individuals at the unexpected moment their lives were shattered and altered forever. Moments of strength amid indescribable pain, resilience despite rage; hope while mired in despair; each of which remind us in law enforcement to uphold our oath to protect and serve by never giving up," said Gainesville Sheriff Sadie Darnell, Chair of Florida Cold Case Advisory Commission
The popular and award-winning Grief Diaries series has grown to over 500 writers from 11 countries sharing personal accounts of life experiences, earning acclaim from some of the world's most notable influencers including Dr. Bernice A King, daughter of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Candace Lightner, founder of Mothers Against Drunk Driving.
Cheldelin Fell donates a portion of retail profits from every book to nonprofit organizations. For more about Lynda Cheldelin Fell, visit www.LyndaFell.com. For information about Project Cold Case, visit www.projectcoldcase.org.
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