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Two phone calls. One mysterious death.

This is a true story.

 

On July 4, 2020 Kory received two phone calls. One from her uncle, saying her mother was found dead in her bedroom from an overdose. A second from a homicide detective saying he believes it was murder—and her uncle is the suspect.

 

Now Kory wants to find the truth about what happened to her mother. But sifting through the conflicting details and compelling evidence turns out to be a hell of a ride. And a fearless look into her mother's dark past will uncover a truth—one she never expected.

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After completing her show Who Killed My Mother? a true crime podcast, Kory received countless emails from all over the world asking: "How did you heal from everything that happened? How did you move away from all of the abuse, trauma, and mental illness to become the (mostly) happy, (mostly) healthy, and (mostly) successful person you are today?

 

How can I be happier, healthier, and more at peace with myself and my life?"

This wellness podcast will explore the answers to those questions.

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Kory M. Shrum is author of over twenty-five books, including her memoir, Who Killed My Mother?  And is the owner and founder of Timberlane Press.

 

In 2020, she launched a true crime podcast “Who Killed My Mother?”, sharing the true story of her mother’s tragic death. You can listen for free on YouTube or your favorite podcast app. She also publishes poetry under that name.

 

When not writing, eating, reading, or indulging in her true calling as a stay-at-home dog mom, she can usually be found under thick blankets with snacks. The kettle is almost always on.

 

She lives in Michigan with her equally bookish wife, Kim, and their rescue pug, Charley. 

You can learn more about Kory's books
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