Framed by Who?

Framed by Who?

by Ida Rowan Roberts

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Framed by Who? is a book about a young man name Jerod. Jerod was framed for a crime that landed him in jail. He was only sixteen years old. If found guilty, his dream of becoming a police officer would never be realized. His best friend, Marshall, and several other close friends knew he was not capable of breaking and entering a home and brutally beating up an elderly lady so badly she was hospitalized. Incriminating evidence found at the scene of the crime pointed directly to Jerod.
Because of the nature of the crime, Jerod was charged as an adult. He was processed as an adult: arrested, booked, arraigned, and had a preliminary hearing. Thanks to some very good friends who believed in him, they proved his innocence. Jerod did not have to suffer through a final trial.
Jerod did have his enemies. This book keeps you guessing who his enemies were and their motives.
If you are looking for a good mystery to read, this is it.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161294000
Publisher: Page Publishing, Inc.
Publication date: 04/18/2019
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 366 KB

About the Author

Ida Rowan Roberts is married with no children. She is a retired professional businesswoman who is a native Kentuckian. She was born in Valley Station, Kentucky, and now resides in Radcliff, Kentucky.
Ida earned a certificate of completion in basic electronics from Jefferson Area Vocational School in 1968. She graduated with an associate degree in technical writing from Jefferson Community College, a part of the University of Kentucky Community College. This degree was secured in 1972. Ida was presented with the Black Achiever’s Award from the city of Louisville, Kentucky, in 1982. She became a published author of a nonfictional book titled Rising Above It All in the year1994. After thirty years of service, Ida retired from a national computer manufacturer in 2007. She obtained two certificates of completions from the Institute of Children’s Literature, West Redding, Connecticut, in 2011.
Ida resumed her writing career in 2018 and went on to become a second-time published author in the same year. That fictional book is titled Striking Resemblance.
Ida is a sixteen-year breast-cancer survivor and now is burdened with the effects of muscular dystrophy daily. She contributes her ability to cope to her faith in a living God.

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