Julian Sher
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PRAISE FOR
"ONE CHILD AT A TIME" and "CAUGHT IN THE WEB"

"Julian Sher does a superb job of attacking the almost unbearable subject of child sexual abuse, by giving a voice to the victims and investigators who can't turn a blind eye, either by choice or conscience… 'One Child' gives readers hope, a renewed sense of direction and purpose." - Globe and Mail

"Riveting" - Maclean's Magazine

"Eye-opening...it reads like a thriller, complete with sting operations and stakeouts that could easily figure on the TV series 24." - Montreal Gazette

"Fine and gripping... an important book that ultimately calls on us to do what we can." - Toronto Star


"A monumental piece of work, an extraordinary contribution. It is a devastating account of a profound tragedy. It is also a book filled with hope -- the hope and knowledge that there are so many out there who are fighting this cancer in our societies." - Mandy Patinkin, star of the CBS series: "Criminal Minds"

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READ THE REVIEWS:

Globe and Mail: "Julian Sher does a superb job of attacking the almost unbearable subject of child sexual abuse, by giving a voice to the victims and investigators who can't turn a blind eye, either by choice or conscience… 'One Child' gives readers hope, a renewed sense of direction and purpose."

Cover Book review - Montreal Gazette: "It reads like a thriller, complete with sting operations and stakeouts that could easily figure on the TV series 24."


Credit: Toronto Star illustration for book review

Book review - The Toronto Star: "Julian Sher's fine and gripping book ... tells the story of the investigators who set out to rescue the victims – on the fly and with a passionate ingenuity – by teaching themselves how to navigate this uncharted virtual terrain where the criminals roamed."

When abuse is just a mouse click away in The Irish Independent May 18, 2007
Read "The Kids Aren't Alright" - Review in Montreal's Hour newspaper
The Vancouver Sun Read the review in The Vancouver Su
 

 

   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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