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Diary in the Attic Cindy L. Freeman

Diary in the Attic

Cindy L. Freeman

Published August 6th 2010
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Kindle Edition
106 pages
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Margaret Monroe was settling into her quiet, Friday night with a bubble bath and a glass of wine when she was interrupted by unsettling news. A cantankerous coworker, with whom she had just had an argument, had been in a devastating car accident andMoreMargaret Monroe was settling into her quiet, Friday night with a bubble bath and a glass of wine when she was interrupted by unsettling news. A cantankerous coworker, with whom she had just had an argument, had been in a devastating car accident and was calling for Margaret on her deathbed. Attending to Corrine Melton’s final moments set in motion a chain of events that Margaret could have never imagined in her wildest dreams. Her reserved and standoffish coworker, who passed away that night, was accused of killing her mother, who was found dead in their home the next morning. But something about Corrine’s dying words didn’t quite add up.Can Margaret put together the clues of who her coworker really was, what happened to her and her mother that night, and how she fits into the story? Read Cindy L. Freeman’s Diary in the Attic to find out.About the AuthorCindy L. Freeman is an Early Childhood Music School director/instructor and associate director of Music Ministries at Williamsburg United Methodist Church. She earned her Bachelor of Music Education degree from Greensboro College in Greensboro, North Carolina- with graduate studies at the Westminster Choir College in Princeton, New Jersey- and she earned her Level III certification in Early Childhood Music Education through the international Early Childhood Music and Movement Association.A native of central New York, Cindy now lives in Williamsburg, Virginia, with her husband, Carl E. Freeman. They have two children, Tracey M. Tunstall and Brian E. Freeman, and five grandchildren. Cindy has been a member of the Early Childhood Music and Movement Association since 1989 and the Choristers Guild since 1999, and she also served as the Artistic Director/Conductor of the Williamsburg Women’s Chorus from 1992 to 2005.