Hush, Little Baby

Kobo ebook | April 3, 2008

byShane Dunphy

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Five heart-stopping true stories of terror and triumph, told by the man who tried to make life better for these troubled children ...

Clive, a thirteen-year-old victim of terrifying demonic visions, tells frightening stories of abuse and imprisonment. Could they be genuine?

Patrick, twelve, bravely setting out to find the truth about his birth family - however painful it may be ...

Six-year-old Johnny, tiny and undernourished, desperately tries to recover from a brain-injury inflicted by his drunken and violent father ...

At fourteen, Katie is so aggressive that the authorities have put her in special care, away from other children. What could be the cause of such fury?

And in a grim island prison, a lumbering bully ponders his crimes against his twin children, Larry and Francey - while his sadistic and conniving wife, the real monster behind his actions, tries to fool the state into returning the traumatised boy and girl to her care.

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Five heart-stopping true stories of terror and triumph, told by the man who tried to make life better for these troubled children ... Clive, a thirteen-year-old victim of terrifying demonic visions, tells frightening stories of abuse and imprisonment. Could they be genuine? Patrick, twelve, bravely setting out to find the truth about...

Format:Kobo ebookPublished:April 3, 2008Publisher:Penguin Books LtdLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0141917393

ISBN - 13:9780141917399

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great book as are all books writte By Shane dunphy7
Date published: 2014-04-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great book as are all books writte Saddening to think that children have to suffer at the hands of their families or guardians; however there are people out there who are prepared to fight the fight and give these kids a light at the end of the tunnel. Although some parts are painful and deeply upsetting to read it makes you aware of just how much evil there is in the world today. I find Shane Dunphy has a refreshing honesty about him, he paints himself as what he is, a man doing his best and nothing more.
Date published: 2014-01-22