Mozelle Martin was recently hired to write this true crime novel and it is currently in-progress.
This book dissects the fatal 1963 shooting of Tim, a young man not quite of-age who became infatuated with a married woman. In turn, her obsession and premeditation shocked a quaint New England town. Even today, the investigating agency and local court refuses to provide any assistance. In fact, the police chief started to assist and then suddently refused and went silent. Therefore, the story unfolds through tender yet riveting memories of his brother (a retired officer) as well as media sources. Through the tangled web of shattered passion and pain, with motives hidden behind the facade of Catholic extremism, a woman is driven to kill “the only man she ever loved”. Ruled accidental, she is never prosecuted for the shooting death of her boy toy. Did she get away with murder because she involved a perverted cop in her premeditation, and was sleeping with the only judge in town? Find out in this book.
Many people have died in the midst of suspicious circumstances and many family members will never know the truth. If your loved one's death was ruled one thing (ie: suicide or accidental) yet deep in your heart you believe it was something else (ie: murder), now is the time to tell your story. Unfortunately, many law enforcement agencies don't listen to the family members as they voice their doubt, especially after the case is closed. Yet, that's not their job. In fact, one family I worked with was told, "If you want someone to listen to you, get a therapist. Our job is to close the case, and we did". As a result, many loved ones are left feeling invalidated and misunderstood; some are even accused of being "understandably over-emotional". Now is your chance to be heard. No matter what the evidence says about your loved one's death, Mozelle will work very closely with you to write a book (like Paramour above) that tells your deceased loved one's side of the story. No law enforcement or investigative agency will be insulted or talked about in a derogative way. The sole purpose is to offer you a chance to be the voice of your deceased family member or friend; in doing so, you can experience some powerful catharsis.
Mozelle Martin would like to talk with law enforcement agencies who have handwritten statements from suspects, victims, or witnesses in their cold case files. Only 1% of cold cases are ever solved and, with her lifelong passion of helping bring justice to those responsible for someone else's pain, she hopes to increase that number. As years pass, hope fades but loved ones of the victim(s) keep praying for answers. There is no cost for this. DOWNLOAD FLIER.