A Reason for Living
by Billy Casper
Publisher: Defiance Publishing 2012
Number of pages: 158
This book is based on a true story and contains details of some horrific events. It contains some very powerful and important lessons for anyone with children or anyone who cares for them. The author tells the story about how various agencies and authorities failed to provide proper care for a child so desperately in need of protection.
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