This book was an accident. The murder of my daughter was not. This book is a chronicle of sorts of my own personal journey grieving the loss of my child, and doing everything I can to bring her killer to light.
Welcome to the official author webpage of Vilomah Multi Solus, a gripping true crime novel by Deverrie's Mom. Delve into the harrowing story of Deverrie Schiller's tragic murder in 2016, as her mother takes you on a journey of heartbreak, resilience, and justice
Vilomah Multi Solus unravels the chilling events surrounding the untimely death of Deverrie Schiller, a vibrant young woman whose life was abruptly cut short. Set against the backdrop of a seemingly peaceful town, this true crime tale will leave you questioning the very fabric of society.
In this captivating narrative, Deverrie's Mom recounts the devastating loss of her daughter and the subsequent pursuit of truth and justice. With raw emotion and meticulous research, she unveils the intricate details of the crime, shedding light on the darkness that lurks beneath the surface.
As the story unfolds, readers will be drawn into a world of suspense, as Deverrie's Mom uncovers shocking secrets, battles against corruption, and seeks closure for her daughter's stolen life. Along the way, she encounters a cast of intriguing characters, each with their own motives and hidden agendas.
Vilomah Multi Solus not only serves as a compelling true crime account but also explores the themes of grief, resilience, and the indomitable strength of a mother's love. With every turn of the page, readers will find themselves immersed in a gripping tale that will leave them both haunted and inspired.
The beautiful young woman who’s life was stolen.
December 24, 2016
So many times, my first thought upon awaking was "I wanna go home" but I didn't understand it. Where was home cuz I wasn't there.
Then one morning as I awoke, I knew the answer.
Home wasn't a geographical location but a space in time.
Home was where my life was peaceful. Where my children were well and smiling. Where my husband was someone I knew. Where my friends were real and I knew how to laugh.
This isn't home and now I understand why they say you can go never home.
You can never go back.