Return to Innocence

Return to Innocence Glen Erskine is a gifted psychologist who serves as the director and chief of staff of New Horizons a group home and counseling center for abused boys Tommy Jackson is a thirteen year old victim of e

  • Title: Return to Innocence
  • Author: G.M. Frazier
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 316
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Glen Erskine is a gifted psychologist who serves as the director and chief of staff of New Horizons, a group home and counseling center for abused boys.Tommy Jackson is a thirteen year old victim of emotional, physical, and sexual abuse who has been taken into custody by the Department of Social Services after his mother was arrested for prostitution At New Horizons, TommGlen Erskine is a gifted psychologist who serves as the director and chief of staff of New Horizons, a group home and counseling center for abused boys.Tommy Jackson is a thirteen year old victim of emotional, physical, and sexual abuse who has been taken into custody by the Department of Social Services after his mother was arrested for prostitution At New Horizons, Tommy s young life finally seems to be coming together But when he falls into an illicit relationship with one of the staff members, things begin to spiral out of control and Tommy strikes back in a tangled web of deceit that turns Glen s life upside down.Set in the Lowcountry of South Carolina in and around Charleston, this is a disturbing yet poignant tale of love and sacrifice, commitment and betrayal, forgiveness and redemption and a riveting inside look at the processes and agendas involved in the prosecution of child sex abuse case.

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    About " G.M. Frazier "

  • G.M. Frazier

    I have been writing fiction for the last twenty years and I am not a genre writer My stories run the gamut from the supernatural to the sublimely real The novelist who most impressed upon me the necessity of well crafted dialogue is Hemingway The novelist who most impressed upon me the power of well crafted narrative is Pat Conroy.From 1998 to 2000 I was Managing Editor at Genesis Press, which is one of the largest independent book publishers in the South Among the many books I have edited are the autobiography of Olympian Bob Beamon, Let us Prey, Hunter Lundy s book Let Us Prey on the fall of televangelist Jimmy Swaggart, and Louisa Dixon s legal suspense novels, Next to Last Chance and Outside Chance It was my distinct pleasure to work with Dar Tomlinson as the editor for her debut mainstream novel Broken, which had won the coveted Hemingway First Novel Award in 1994 I also edited Mary Beth Craft s delightful ghost story, Goldengrove, which was her debut novel I have also edited several children s books including Boss of Me The Keyshawn Johnson Story, Diana Nyad s biography for children about NFL star Keyshawn Johnson, and Libby Hughes s biography for children about Tiger Woods, Tiger Woods A Biography for Kids.

  • 428 Comments

  • What is done, can’t be undone.A Story of a sad young boy who’ve seem the darker side of life and the path his life and those who care for him take when he lie about something as serious as abuse. This lie almost destroys a family and only the support from a true friend saved the day and keeps an innocent man out of jail.Stories like these give hope in a world filled with hatred, corruption and evil people. There are still people with integrity who will keep their promises no matter what.



  • Hard to put downI purchased this book on a special deal. Glad I did. First book I have read by this author but won't be the last. The characters were well defined. I found the trial very interesting.


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