A blessing for those who need It
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A blessing for those who need It

Sportcoat is a cranky old drunk who shoots and injures drug dealer Deem. He doesn’t even remember pulling the gun but his life is now in danger. Fortunately, he is surrounded by a community that works to protect him from the organized crime elements that infiltrate The Cause, a housing project in 1969 Brooklyn. “Deacon…

A journey toward hope
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A journey toward hope

Lydia and her ten-year-old son Luca are on the run after surviving a violent attack on their family. They need all their wits, endurance and resources to stay ahead of their pursuers as they flee Mexico and head “el norte” to seek refuge in the United States. Lydia, a bookstore owner, and her journalist husband…

The Hand That Broke Trust
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The Hand That Broke Trust

Rarely has the cover of a book haunted me like this one. The tiny profiles of girls in ponytails lined up in rows looked like a protective screen hiding the face of a woman and kept me looking at it before I dared to open the book. Denhollander’s exposé of the abuse and cover-up of Michigan State University osteopath Larry Nassar was familiar so I knew what I would be facing. The public exposure of Larry Nassar began in August 2016 when Denhollander responded by email to a news story in the IndyStar of how USA Gymnastics failed to report sexual abuse cases.That story provided the moment that Denhollander had been waiting for to report Nassar’s abuse.