Book: Over My Dead Body by Bruce A. Borderscategories: Book, Murder, Child Protective Services, Suspense, Love and Law, Not My Daughter, Courtroom, Family Law, Jury, Arrested for Murder, Guilty, Not Guilty, Crime Fiction
Bruce A. Bordersabout this book: This novel explores the fine line between parental responsibility and the law. Suppose the state showed up on your doorstep attempting to remove your three-year-old from your home – without cause. How far would you go to prevent it? Over My Dead Body examines the reaction of one parent who responded in the only way he felt he could – violently. How far is too far? Decide for yourself as you read the story of a family ripped apart by the actions of one out-of-control Child Protective Services social worker, who uses his position to attempt to remove a young girl from her home. The father makes the decision to fight it instead of just going along and by the end of the day five people are dead. Complete with many twists of fate, the story looks at the common problems of a typical family caught between love and the law.
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