"Novels ought to have hope" Anne Lamott

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Twisted Innocence

Elements of truth exist in all deception. It’s why lies sometimes sound real. But truth has a life of its own and in time, always reveals itself.
 

It happened sixty-three years ago, a horrific crime against a young child. When the community learned who perpetrated the brutal crime it shocked them even more. The story, Twisted Innocence, confirms evil exists and, sometimes comes in the most unlikely form.

The toddler, now a woman in her sixties speaks out for the first time and shares the truth of what really happened the summer of 1949 in Lowertown, Ottawa.


Twisted Innocence, a small book, but a powerful story!