Children Maimed in Domestic Terrorism

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A ChildÂ?s Prayer to Die is a three part book series tracking the life of children under siege. The tormentors are not strangers but people the children love and trust, their parents. This dimension to AmericaÂ?s war on terrorism is waged in our family homes, surrounding us in daily life. Our children hide their wounds with quiet desperation unable to speak of their captivity.

Richard Miller’s series on child abuse is based on fact, not fiction. His tremendous ordeal has taken three books to describe, leaving readers and reviewers speechless. Prayers Unanswered, Book 1 in the series vividly describes his early years. Book 2, A Struggle to Survive has received rave reviews to include an Oregon Book Award Nomination. Time wise, Book 2 brings Richard to his adulthood leaving various questions unanswered. Now with the anticipated release of Book 3, A Living Nightmare, Richard Miller answers all questions brought up by his previous books through an interactive format. In the style of docu-drama at its best, Miller learns the reasoning behind his abuse at his mother’s death bed. Sometimes truth is stranger than fiction.

“No one likes to talk about child abuse and no one wants to be related to an abuser. This has left the war on child abuse to be fought by those who understand it intimately,” explains Miller. “It is the abused who stand up for the rights of children.” People have felt so strongly about Richards’s message that The International Society of Child Abuse and Neglect (ISPCAN) have endorsed his books. One reviewer put it well, “A story of child abuse that stuns the mind. These books will change your life.”

Miller’s website, further explores the intricacies of this subject. As the reader becomes involved in the lives within Miller’s books, his story educates and compels us to look closer at the children around us because we are the ones responsible if we do nothing. These are familiar words, “Let’s end the war on terror” -- let’s do it for our children.

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