All About the Greater Good by Teri Ames
A Novel

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In an author’s note, Ames discloses that the story is largely autobiographical. The book’s title belies its powerful impact. A well-paced, compelling story of minor events and ordinary lives spiraling out of control.
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What if you were falsely accused of abusing your child?

Sarah and James Bennett are well-respected professionals raising their three children in a small Vermont community. Like most working mothers, Sarah is dealing with a less-than-perfect marriage, a challenging job, and children who don't always do what they are told. When she is wrongly accused of assaulting her eight-year-old daughter, Meredith, Sarah is catapulted headlong into the criminal justice system and removed from her home.

How could she be accused of something she didn't do? Can she keep her family from unraveling?

The novel shines a stark light on America's justice system. It will leave you feeling vulnerable, knowing that what happens to Sarah could happen to anyone.

 

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Published May 20, 2016 by Catamount Publishing. 313 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Non-fiction
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In an author’s note, Ames discloses that the story is largely autobiographical. The book’s title belies its powerful impact. A well-paced, compelling story of minor events and ordinary lives spiraling out of control.

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