Don't Cry for Me

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iUniverse, Oct 1, 2003 - Biography & Autobiography - 164 pages
Diana Halstead is a thirty-five-year-old divorced insurance broker working in St. Louis, Missouri. Her story puts a new perspective on childhood innocence, family values, and that which is easily taken from a child, never to be returned. Diana holds one thing dear to her heart, her three-year-old son, James.

She has been told all her life not to keep secrets--and all her life she has done nothing but keep secrets, some so private they are buried deep within her soul. Diana has been manipulated all her life either by her mother or by physically and mentally abusive men.

Just as she seems to be figuring it all out, she is hospitalized with a puzzling illness. A mysterious visitor to her hospital bedside helps to open her eyes to the choices she has made in the past, the choices she must make in the future, and the most important choice of all, the choice she will make today. This choice will either save Diana's life...or take it. The choice is hers. This story is true.

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