The Crucible of Silence: My Journey to Prosecute My Husband for Sexually Abusing Our Daughter

The Crucible of Silence by Suzanne Milliesdottir takes the mask off the deeply disguised familial child sexual abuser. The face that is revealed is one of a person who lives a normal, law-abiding life and a secret one ― much like the author’s college professor ex-husband. More

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About Suzanne Milliesdottir

Ms Milliesdottir has a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology with a concentration in social psychology. Her career has spanned several rewarding decades in human resource management at CSUS, Stanford University and UC Davis and UC San Francisco hospitals. Previous to that she was a health educator for the alcoholism program for the Seattle-King county health department
Suzanne has traveled extensively to immerse herself in the world’s cultures and remains active in presidential election campaigning. She has long been concerned with furthering the basic dignity of human rights and is interested in the social psychological issues involved in oppression. She enjoys the Jon Stewart Show, the Colbert Report and interviews on C-Span “Book Talk.”

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