Deathbed Confessions: My Son Was A Stolen Baby – E-Book

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Inspired by two amazing women who chose to move beyond the lives thrust upon them by the cruelty of family. Untold truths revealed, hidden away from family and friends for fear of shame and public humiliation.

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Two women, forging their way through life with the angels, heavenly and earth bound, guiding them each step of the way. Unexpected moments of healing and forgiveness would allow each of them gave back to the world in unimaginable ways.

Near death, Mary reveals to her daughter in law the unfathomable act she committed some fifty years ago. The man she had raised was not actually hers; Mary shares with Bettie how she stole the baby she raised from another woman. Her life was not the fairy tale promised to her growing up.  Abuse from a family member left a scar so deep in her physical and psychological being, she was led to commit such a heinous acts; not out of malice, but out of a deep-seated desire to have a child. Mary befriends a young teenage girl who is all alone and pregnant in The City. 

Bringing her home to live, Mary secretly hopes to fulfill her maternal desires. Mary hoped by helping Beatrice, she would mend the hole in her soul.  After the child is born, the course of each woman’s life is changed forever. The young boy taken from Beatrice would live with his new family and never hear the story of his birth mother until after Mary’s death. 

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7 reviews for Deathbed Confessions: My Son Was A Stolen Baby – E-Book

  1. Dalynnda Odom

    Captivating characters that grab onto your heart strings…

    I’ll be honest with you, I’ve read this book 3 times and catch something new each time !! The characters grab you from the first page and keep you engaged until the last! Very proud of the author! I highly recommend reading it.

  2. David Andrews


    I LOVED it and couldn’t put it down. Devoured it in just a couple of days. I wasn’t sure what was going on in the beginning of the book with the separate stories told in parallel… I suspected, but still wasn’t right in my suspicion…The book has some amazing & surprising twist and turns.
    True stories always interest me and I found this one fascinating. I felt like I was there with the characters … rooting for some and loathing others.
    TRUE CONFESSION- I bought this book because the author is a personal friend as well as a wonderful friend to the charity that I am Chairman of …and I honestly didn’t expect to enjoy it this much. But it’s definitely the best book I have read in years!

  3. Jay Edwards

    Outstanding Read

    It has an amazing story line and keeps you wanting to read to find out more. Mind you I am not a reader at all and read this in just TWO days!!! You out did yourself Thadeus!! I am ready for more!!

  4. Tim Lee

    Wow … just wow! The old adage of not knowing another’s story rings true with this book. It’s an adventure from the depravity of human behavior to hope all intertwined with the inner strength to survive. You don’t want to put it down once you start.

  5. Amazon Shopper

    I was so engrossed with this book from the first page. I was transported back in time with the characters and felt like I was standing next to them as they went through their many life experiences.. The book has twists and turns and will keep you coming back for more as I felt tears for some and knew Karma existed for others. This is an excellent read! You will not be disappointed!

  6. Edith

    I have been given the tea(information)!

    It took me on a journey of loss, contentment, anger, acceptance, fear, trust, love and forgiveness. It was like a thrill ride at Six Flags. Each turn of the page left me wanting more, I need to know more! A family foundation built on secrets and lies turned into sincere apologies and forgiveness. I just know there’s going to be more. Will there be peace for a stolen baby? I need to know what Mrs. Simpson wrote to the doctor. Does Beatrice ever find out the truth? 

  7. Trisha

    I couldn’t put it down—–

    It grabbed my attention immediately. I thoroughly enjoyed every page, and how eloquently you described the lives of your roots. I cried for Mary and Beatrice. I can’t begin to imagine their pain. I had no clue how it would end, but was thoroughly pleased when I hit page 279.

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