Murder, Death and Rebirth: Astonishing Lessons Learned from Murder

Murder, Death and Rebirth: Astonishing Lessons Learned from Murder

by Claudia Nelson

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This story began twenty years ago in a remote cabin east of Park City, Utah. The cabin, located near a gracefully flowing river amidst fluttering aspens and stately pines, was ironically called Tiede’s Tranquility, named after the author’s sister and her family who owned it.
But tranquility would turn to terror three days before the Christmas of 1990. What happened on that day has dominated the author’s life, her thinking, and actions for over two decades.
Here in this once tranquil setting, on a cold winter day, the author’s mother and sister were murdered; her brother-in-law was shot twice in the head, set on fire, and left for dead; her nieces, who witnessed it all, were kidnapped with the alleged intent of taking them to New York and selling them for use in Satanic rituals.
It took the author twelve years to finish the book—six years of writing, six years of the book sitting alone on the shelf while she healed enough to receive the inspiration needed to finish it. The book contains the horrific story of the murders as the author experienced them, the pain, the healing, and ultimately the astonishing life changing lessons learned . . . from murder.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940013442931
Publisher: BookWise Publishing
Publication date: 12/02/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 192
File size: 3 MB

About the Author

But it was personal experience that gave Claudia her most important education. In 1990, her mother and sister were murdered in their mountain cabin, ironically called “Tiede’s Tranquility”. This and the devastating aftermath of family disintegration, and divorce, caused Claudia to experience a heart-wrenching pain for which no outlet could be found. It proved to be the breaking point in a life of blind acceptance.

Programmed to be a victim, to accept her fate and place her faith in God’s hands, she decided that wasn’t good enough. Instead, she turned her tragedy into a vehicle of assistance for others. She created a registered non-profit organization to create safer communities for families. She never again accepted things the way she had been taught.

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