Let's Kill Mom
Let's Kill Mom

Close your eyes and picture your children. Imagine them surrounding you with butcher knives, stabbing you twenty-six times. Can't imagine it? Neither could Susan Bailey. But Jennifer and David Bailey entered a pact with two other teens to murder their moms in Roanoke, Texas in 2008. Susan was a victim of matricide.

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The Vanished Wife
The Vanished Wife

Kathy Stobaugh was humming when she left her house. She was headed for the farm of her estranged husband, Charles Stobaugh. He was finally going to talk about the divorce. Kathy was never seen or heard from again. This is the true story
of the Kathy Munday Stobaugh case…
one that should be told.

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Too Old To Die Young: Confessions of a Baby Boomer
Too Old To Die Young: Confessions of a Baby Boomer

A delightfully blunt book for everyone born shortly after their fathers returned from World War II. Donna´s hilarious tales candidly assist fellow baby boomers in navigating the harsh realities of middle-age with as little pain and humiliation as possible.

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Pennies On Her Grave
Pennies On Her Grave

A true story of young lives senselessly cut short by brutal thrill killers.

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Lady Killer
Lady Killer

When Viki Lozano, mother of an eleven-month-old and wife of a Texas police office, died from a gunshot wound the day after her sixteenth wedding anniversary, authorities wondered: could one of their own have committed such a crime? Sure. But the answer wasn't really so simple....
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Reader Reviews

Let's Kill Mom

The Vanished Wife

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Too Old To Die Young – Confessions of a Baby Boomer

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  • 5 Stars – Pam Rainey
    Hilariously written to keep every one's attention BUT cause a baby boomer to call for a Depend! Ms. Fielder's style is so creative and makes one think, why didn't I think of that!

  • 5 Stars – Mesa, AZ
    Great book! As a boomerette you will get caught up in her story and relate to it. It's an upbeat book and you will laugh out loud.

  • 5 Stars – Jim Hubbell
    While this is primarily a womans book, it's still entertaining and good for a laugh. As I am a year or two older than the author, getting old is a fact that is the same for both sexes. I would definitely recommend the book to a friend--and everyone else as well.

Pennies On Her Grave

  • 4 Stars – Pepper Hastings, Double Oak, TX
    Senseless, heinous double murder of two teenagers. Awesome read. All true….Fielder does a great job drawing the reader into the lives of those affected. Speaking of affected, this book emotionally affected me. If you are a father or mother it will affect you too.

  • 5 Stars – John Calvert
    Spellbinding! Makes you feel you were there. The kind of book I will definitely reread. Donna Fielder hits another home run!

  • 5 Stars – Anna Sidotti “AHorseLover2301”
    …I wish I could give it ten stars!

  • 4 Stars – Jim Hubbell, Whitesboro, TX
    It was well organized and concise. Donna did a great job in telling the story of this grisly subject.

Lady Killer

  • 5 Stars – Nancy Sapic, Kingston, MA
    You’ll find yourself shaking your head, wondering how this incredible series of events could have unfolded. It’s a horrible tale, but thanks to Fielder, what could end well did.

  • 5 Stars - Peggy Heinkel-Wolfe, Argyle, TX
    Once you start, you can barely set the book down. An amazing story, masterfully told.

  • 5 Stars – Booklover
    Couldn’t put it down! I hope she writes more. Keep them coming.

  • 5 Stars – Jack
    The facts are exact and she tells it well. Not only did the writer do a great job on getting this guy put in prison, she did a great job telling the story.

  • 5 Stars – blueridgesuze
    This is an account of a crime told in a clear, reporter-like fashion – but with much sensitivity….the victim’s dignity was honored and much respect was shown for her.

  • 5 Stars – Zenbren
    Wow! I really liked this book. A story that would never have been written without the perseverance of the author.

  • 5 Stars – elaineintx
    The description of the characters was so in-depth. The author really made me care about them –or despise them…what a wonderful but so sad story. Bravo to Donna Fielder!

  • 4 Stars – Kelly Parker
    I’m glad Donna Fielder wasn’t intimidated into silence. She raised her voice for the woman who no longer had a voice. This book reads like a novel but chillingly true.