Tag: nonfiction

Young and Wrongly Accused

Years ago, my husband and I saw the documentary Paradise Lost: The Child Murders at Robin Hood Hills, about three teenage misfits in West Memphis, Arkansas who were accused—and then convicted—or the grisly murder of three eight-year-old boys. Two of…

LOOKS LIKE DAYLIGHT

LOOKS LIKE DAYLIGHT  by Deborah Ellis, Foreword by Loriene Roy   Sit down.  Open this book, LOOKS LIKE DAYLIGHT.  You will be surprised. Deborah Ellis traveled across the North American continent – the U.S. and Canada – to interview Native…