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Edges of Truth: The Mary Weaver Story

Deb Brammer, Steve Brennecke

Publisher: Deb Brammer

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Mary Weaver provides loving childcare for 11-month old Melissa, but when Melissa dies suddenly and mysteriously, Mary is charged with first-degree murder and child endangerment. She is considered guilty until proven innocent and has to fight to clear her name. 
Steve Brennecke, her lawyer and personal friend, is convinced of her innocence and works hard to defend her. When the unthinkable happens, what will become of Mary’s family and young children? Can Steve redeem the biggest failure of his career? Can their faith sustain them when everything goes wrong? Where is God when justice fails and the innocent suffer?

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