Susan Ribeiro Roy
Susan Ribeiro Roy grew up in New Hampshire, lived in Washington state while in the Coast Guard, and then moved to Massachusetts for college. While there, she met the love of her life. They got married and moved to Florida with all their pets. Along with several other jobs, Susan has worked in many group homes and loves working with children of all ages. Website
Justice for all...but what about me?
Jimmy looks at the table in front of him and wonders how many other people sat there. How many of them were sent to jail for life? How many of them were set free? How many of them deserved the sentence they got?
For 16-year-old Jimmy Miller, the Juvenile Detention Center is somewhere he never pictured himself. He is on trial for the heinous crime he committed and everyone wants to know why he did it. He has never been in trouble with the law before, so what would have caused him to murder his own father?
“Thank you for the book, I read it in one day. I could not put it down. I gave it to my sister and she read it in 2 days. We both loved it.”—Lorraine Richard.
“Mindfully exposed. Too often has this matter been overlooked; Susan sheds light upon this ignorance, the light from the children.”—Jacky Papier
“It has been my experience that young people prefer to be ‘looked over,’ rather than ‘overlooked!’”—Victoria Spencer, former OCPS.
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