PART VI. ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Mary Seaman (her maiden name) grew up in small towns less than a hundred miles north of New York City. After her parents divorced, her mother returned, kidnapped her, hid her down South. A year later, her father kidnapped her back. After a brief period of a pleasant childhood, Mary was abused repeatedly by her father’s second wife and to a lesser extent by her father. She has worked ever since high school at a variety of jobs, including ten years as an officer in the local police department. This memoir describes the challenges she has faced, some of which she has overcome, and her responses to them.
Douglas Winslow Cooper, Ph.D., is a retired scientist, author of Ting and I: A Memoir of Love, Courage, and Devotion; co-author of The Shield of Gold and of Kidnapped Twice and of Multi-Payer Medicine Nightmare MADE IN THE U.S.A. ; editor of High Shoes and Bloomers and of But…At What Cost? and of Home Is Where the Story Begins; writer of numerous non-fiction articles. He now helps others write and publish their books [email: email@example.com].
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