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“The Journey: Learning to Live with Violent Death” helps people through a healing process after losing a family member or friend in a violent death; it is written for lay people and leaders of grief support groups. This workbook is a resource for those who want to conduct a support group or who may wish to strengthen their ability to live with what has happened more privately.
The previously unpublished letters, diaries, and retrospective pieces of Pvt. Oney Foster Sweet, 1st Pennsylvania Light Artillery, 43rd Pennsylvania Volunteers (14th Reserves) Battery F (Ricketts’ Battery), 1861-1865. This first-hand account of what the private saw is a distinctive addition to the many existing volumes on the American Civil War.
Larry Edwards unmasks the emotional trauma of violent loss as he ferrets out new facts to get at the truth of how and why his parents were killed.
“. . . chilling . . . palpable . . . powerful . . .” —Kirkus Reviews
Pulitzer Prize nominee - 2014
Benjamin Franklin Award nominee - 2014
As Robin Skone-Palmer approached the mansion on Rockingham Avenue, she didn’t know what to expect. “Ask for Phyllis Diller,” the employment agent had said. Curious as much as nervous, she studied the beautiful house. Three-and-a-half hours later, she walked away wondering if she’d just stepped into Alice’s Wonderland. Join Robin as she recalls her days as personal secretary for the comedienne.