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Faces of Child Abuse in America By Stephen Reed,BS.Rel,MS.Theo,MSW,Paralegal/Legal Assistant
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I believe that this book contains a compelling insight and over view to what I consider to be perhaps the most heinous of crime committed upon children here in the United States, which is viewed... More > quite differently in many other parts of the world. We can all agree that the Courts here in the United States play a most significant role in our lives. I would therefore have to conclude that awareness, perception; definition and documentation of such hilarious acts demand and require immediate reporting and investigating. It is possible for me to believe that changes have occurred over the years; however, I don’t believe significantly enough to eradicate the problem that haunts families, communities, and every social fiber inherent to mankind. When viewing rape, sexual assault, and sexual molestation we need to take into consideration that more likely than not it includes endangerment, criminal coercion, kidnapping, unlawful imprisonment, trespassing, harassment and even stalking.< Less
Second Chance By Robert Ward
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Lenora and Roger Work's tropical honeymoon in Key West is a distant memory. One bit of business remains. On their final night in paradise, a musician they befriended has an odd request. A... More > “deadbeat” dad from their hometown, Philadelphia, the musician wants them to contact his fifteen year-old daughter, Mariela, and deliver a gift. When Roger, a disbarred lawyer and paralegal with Philadelphia’s Defender’s Association locates Mariela, he discovers she’s serving three months for a first-time shoplifting offense. Roger’s investigation uncovers a web of corruption and child endangerment. This third installment in the Roger Work series comes full circle from eclectic Key West to the underbelly of the streets of Philadelphia, proving everyone deserves a second chance.< Less