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“A remarkable story… of love and betrayal, of a horribly broken man’s hidden brutality and his ex-wife’s boundless capacity to forgive.”  

National Post

"If you are going to read one book this year, let it be this one. You will never again forget, or take lightly, ALL the innocent victims of crimes."   

The London Free Press

"This is a well-written, emotion-filled book with many unanswered questions for society to deal is a book that everyone should read."   

The Peterborough Examiner

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#1 World Empathy Library
Doubleday Canada (Penguin Random House) 2011
Simon & Schuster Worldwide 2012

A heartbreaking yet hopeful account of one woman’s quest for justice, healing and forgiveness that comforts the afflicted and afflicts the comfortable.

When Shannon Moroney married in October of 2005, she had no idea that her happy life as a newlywed was about to come crashing down around her. One month after her wedding, a police officer arrived at her door to tell her that her husband, Jason, had been arrested and charged in the brutal assault and kidnapping of two women. In the aftermath of these crimes, Shannon dealt with a heavy burden of grief, the stress and publicity of a major criminal investigation, and the painful stigma of guilt-by-association, all while attempting to understand what had made Jason turn to such violence.

In this intimate and gripping journey into prisons, courtrooms and the human heart, Shannon reveals the far-reaching impact of Jason's crimes, the agonizing choices faced by the loved ones of offenders and the implicit dangers of a correctional system and a society that prioritizes punishment over rehabilitation, and victimhood over recovery.