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A Mother's Trial

Wright, Nancy

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ISBN 10: 1490500650 / ISBN 13: 9781490500652
Editorial: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
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1490500650 This book has a clean paperback cover with minor shelf-wear on edges and corners. Binding is tight and square. Interior pages are clean and free from highlighting, pencil underlining, notes, or stains. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2013, 305 pp. Book is in stock and ready to ship same or next business day. Thank you for buying from Wado Books!. N° de ref. de la librería HG1-160616-3

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Título: A Mother's Trial

Editorial: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

Encuadernación: PAPERBACK

Condición del libro:Very Good

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A MOTHER'S TRIAL - paperback print edition - by Nancy Wright FACT: Priscilla and Steve Phillips adopt a Korean baby. Shortly afterwards little Tia begins developing strange symptoms. In and out of the hospital for months, she finally succumbs. Cause of death: unknown. FACT: The Phillipses adopt a second Korean infant named Mindy. Once again the same symptoms develop. Near death, the child is taken away to intensive care, away from any interaction with her mother. The child recovers. FACT: Mindy is removed from the Phillipses’ home. Months later she is adopted by a new couple. After a few weeks in her new home, she falls ill once again. As far as anyone knew, Priscilla Phillips was the perfect mother: A pillar of her church, a social worker, a devoted wife and loving mother of two sons of her own. Priscilla lavished endless love and attention on little Tia, and later on her sister Mindy. To this day she claims total innocence of any wrongdoing. Yet she was arrested and tried for murder. Was she a mother who literally loved her children to death? A woman so desperate to be needed that she’d take any risk, pay any price? Here is her incredible true story.

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Nancy Wright, a native of New York, graduated from the University of California, Berkeley, and subsequently taught high-school English in Richmond, California for ten years. Shortly before publication of A Mother’s Trial, she and her family moved to Southern California. She has been a screenwriter and subsequently a real estate broker in the Los Angeles area, where she also volunteers as a Court-Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) for foster children.

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