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Murder in Sanctuary

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Deondriea welcomes author Madeline Bynes. Madeline will discuss her debut novel, Murder in the Sanctuary. This is your opportunity to find out what this thought provoking book is all about. Here's the synopsis of Madeline's book.

"..I was glad when they said unto me, let us go into the house of the Lord,"  so Queen thought. What was suppose to be a place of rest and refuge, became a building filled with the stench of death, blocked off by the yellow crime scene tape and chalk outlines of where the deceased once prayed on bended knees. With a crowd of spectators unwilling to testify, gaze towards the altar in awe. Man Slaughter? Crime of passion? Genocide? Suicide? There has to be a survivor or witness to explain the reason for the massacre. 

Murder in the Sanctuary holds tales of the deepest pains, abuse, and murders that occur within the confines of the church and between its members. These private holocausts have diminished the character and spirit of many, causing hundreds of thousands to flee the assembly of organized religion, searching for direction, validation and refuge. Although spiritual and character assassination occurs, there is life after death; with forgiveness and hope for all.

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