ORLANDO, Fla. (PRWEB) April 24, 2020
Author B. Benedict Braddock has released his new highly anticipated fiction novel, The Common life of Casey Malone, to the world-wide market. The story is a heartbreaking look at domestic violence and abuse as well as the need for criminal justice reform. It has been described as " A heart-wrenching look at the life of just one abused child and the failure of the bureaucracy to protect her." Braddock is a dual citizen of the United States and Ireland, currently residing in Florida. U.S.A.
17-year-old Casey Malone has been sentenced to prison for murder. She did not testify on her own behalf and waived her right to a trial. Although the press kept her story very active in the news, she made no public comment and refused all requests for interviews. Until now. Casey has agreed to a series of visits with veteran journalist, Douglas Powell, who is intent on making all of the facts of her heartbreaking case public. As Powell learns more and more about Casey and her life, he becomes not only her advocate, but her closest friend. With each detail he is drawn deeper and deeper into the tragic and violent world of this soft-spoken teenager, and he will not rest until the whole world learns who Casey Malone truly is.
This work contains some adult language and situations including somewhat disturbing portrayals of domestic violence and sexual abuse. Not intended for young readers.