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  • A Question of Intent

    Child Abuse and the Justice System by

    A Question Of Intent is the true story of a little girl’s dismal life and the events that followed her tragic death. The author had access to the transcripts of the Preliminary Inquiry and the subsequent Trial and Appeals, and many related ...


  • Getting Here From There

    The First 10 years by

    Learn to tell your truth from a reflective, honest, nonreactive prospective. Recently retired from a challenging legal career, Clara Atmane was asking the big questions: Who am I now? Why am I here now? Why am I still so lonely? Digging into the ...


  • The Loss Of Innocence

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    The Loss of Innocence is a book of poetry written by a child, who is a separate and distinct part of the adult. She prefers to be called Anna. She has no voice; her pain, fear, sadness, and loneliness have been buried inside for over fifty years. ...


  • Walking Through Madness

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    A mysterious, years-old skull fracture. Ever-changing stories and excuses. A volatile mother. At the age of 57, Emily Knew discovered she had broken bones but had no memory of how she got them. She’d always known she was different from others but ...


  • Bleeding Hearts

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    Looking forward to an unexpected afternoon off, a cheerful, eighteen-year-old Scott Hay comes home early to find his mother frantic because his father is missing. Beginning with that moment, Scott’s world undergoes such a violent alteration that it ...


  • "Silently Weeping"

    A story of burn survival, rape and abuse by

    “YOUR PAST CAN CONTROL YOUR FUTURE IF YOU LET IT. OR YOU CAN MOVE AWAY FROM IT.” On May 23, 1961, seven-year-old Deborah Blaney Ward stood on a chair in front of her stove to retrieve some sugar from the shelf – she didn’t know the stove was on, ...


  • Friday I went to therapy, Saturday I went crazy

    Travels through health, to insanity and back home by

    This book takes the reader through the author’s personal experiences in psychotherapy with a variety of therapists and approaches. She starts with her Danbury psychiatrist, an analyst, describing all her thoughts and feelings and fantasies and ends ...


  • A Boy Kept Silent

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    Robert Lichti started life as a happy boy, living on the family farm. Tragedy struck May 21, 1962, the day his father was killed and nothing would be the same again. Robert was there when it happened, but no one thought to ask the six-year-old boy ...


  • The Lunch Bucket

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    A prophetic call to repentance, The Lunch Bucket is about a deeply troubled and socially alienated family who struggle to make ends meet with little success until a respected member of the community intervenes to offer support. The result of an ...


  • Please Don't Cry

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    It’s shortly after World War II in Eastern Europe when a tormented young woman steps up to the door of a speeding train…and prepares to throw her baby outside. What happens next will forever alter the lives of the young woman, the horrified teacher ...