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Murder by Family: The Incredible True Story of a Son's Treachery and a Father's Forgiveness

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Murder by Family: The Incredible True Story of a Son's Treachery and a Father's Forgiveness by Kent Whitaker
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One evening, the Whitaker family returned home after dinner, celebrating one of their son’s impending graduation from college. On opening the front door, they faced a gunman lying in wait. The gunman opened fire, instantly killing Kent Whitaker’s son and wife. Kent and his older son were left lying wounded until police and ambulances arrived.

While recovering in the hospital, Kent resolved in his heart to forgive whoever was responsible for the deaths of his wife and son. Over the next few weeks, it was discovered that the whole murder plot had been orchestrated by the surviving son, whom Kent had unknowingly forgiven. After a trial that resulted in a death sentence for his son, Kent emerged from the harrowing ordeal filled with forgiveness and redemption. Straight from news headlines comes the incredible true story of a son’s treachery and a father’s forgiveness.

What does it take to forgive the man who killed your wife and son and changed your life forever? Murder By Family is the story of a man who refused to let hatred and revenge take over his life and the remarkable power of forgiveness.

About the Author:

Kent Whitaker, a lifelong resident of Houston, Texas, graduated from the University of Houston in 1971. A former comptroller of a major construction company before he retired, he now devotes his time to church and various community organisations.
Release date NZ
September 19th, 2008
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Collection
Country of Publication
Australia
Imprint
Simon & Schuster Australia
Pages
211
Dimensions
154x233x19
ISBN-13
9781921470110
Product ID
2668733

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