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FRAMES. It's here.

FRAMES: a picture of death, drugs, and forgiveness as told to Amy Scheer FRAMES is the true story of a 28-year-old woman who died when a speeding truck crashed into her idling car. It’s the story of a man addicted to cocaine and a widower who said I forgive you . FRAMES is a mosaic of shattered lives: a beautiful picture of life, death, and everything in between. It’s memoir meets the novel. Truth as compelling as great fiction, and as spare, at times, as poetry. FRAMES presents a real-life tragedy and its hopeful end by allowing the central characters to speak for themselves. Firsthand accounts and primary source materials stand side by side, forming an elegant, complex narrative collage that draws in the reader with highly personal revelations. Part oral history, part elegy, FRAMES shows that the many snapshots of our lives rarely stand alone, and one picture of death, drugs and forgiveness has lessons for us all. Buy your copy today from local and ind