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Truth Be Told by Kathleen Barber

Title Truth Be Told
Author Kathleen Barber
Publisher Gallery Books
Release Date 2019-11-05
Category Fiction
Total Pages 368
ISBN 9781982140670
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Serial meets Ruth Ware’s In A Dark, Dark Wood in this inventive and twisty psychological thriller about a mega-hit podcast that reopens a murder case and threatens to unravel the carefully constructed life of the victim’s daughter—now a major Apple TV+ series starring Octavia Spencer and Aaron Paul, produced by Reese Witherspoon’s Hello Sunshine! The only thing more dangerous than a lie…is the truth. Josie Buhrman has spent the last ten years trying to escape her family and with good reason. After her father’s murder thirteen years prior, her mother ran away to join a cult and her twin sister Lanie, once Josie’s closest friend and confidant, betrayed her in an unimaginable way. Now, Josie has finally put down roots in New York, settling into domestic life with her partner Caleb, and that’s where she intends to stay. The only problem is that she has lied to Caleb about every detail of her past—starting with her last name. When investigative reporter Poppy Parnell sets off a media firestorm with a megahit podcast that reopens the long-closed case of Josie’s father’s murder, questioning whether the wrong person may be behind bars, Josie’s world begins to unravel. Meanwhile, the unexpected death of Josie’s long-absent mother forces her to return to her Midwestern hometown where she must confront the demons from her past—and the lies on which she has staked her future.

Truth Be Told by Beverley McLachlin

Title Truth Be Told
Author Beverley McLachlin
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release Date 2019-09-24
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 384
ISBN 9781982104986
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Former Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada Beverley McLachlin offers an intimate and revealing look at her life, from her childhood in the Alberta foothills to her career on the Supreme Court, where she helped to shape the social and moral fabric of the country. As a young girl, Beverley McLachlin’s world was often full of wonder—at the expansive prairie vistas around her, at the stories she discovered in the books at her local library, and at the diverse people who passed through her parents’ door. While her family was poor, their lives were rich in the ways that mattered most. Even at a young age, she had an innate sense of justice, which was reinforced by the lessons her parents taught her: Everyone deserves dignity. All people are equal. Those who work hard reap the rewards. Willful, spirited, and unusually intelligent, she discovered in Pincher Creek an extraordinary tapestry of people and perspectives that informed her worldview going forward. Still, life in the rural Prairies was lonely, and gaining access to education—especially for girls—wasn’t always easy. As a young woman, McLachlin moved to Edmonton to pursue a degree in philosophy. There, she discovered her passion lay not in academia, but in the real world, solving problems directly related to the lives of the people around her. And in the law, she found the tools to do exactly that. She soon realized, though, that the world was not always willing to accept her. In her early years as an articling student and lawyer, she encountered sexism, exclusion, and old boys’ clubs at every turn. And outside the courtroom, personal loss and tragedies struck close to home. Nonetheless, McLachlin was determined to prove her worth, and her love of the law and the pursuit of justice pulled her through the darkest moments. McLachlin’s meteoric rise through the courts soon found her serving on the highest court in the country, becoming the first woman to be named Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada. She rapidly distinguished herself as a judge of renown, one who was never afraid to take on morally complex or charged debates. Over the next eighteen years, McLachlin presided over the most prominent cases in the country—involving Charter challenges, same-sex marriage, and euthanasia. One judgment at a time, she laid down a legal legacy that proved that fairness and justice were not luxuries of the powerful but rather obligations owed to each and every one of us. With warmth, honesty, and deep wisdom, McLachlin invites us into her legal and personal life—into the hopes and doubts, the triumphs and losses on and off the bench. Through it all, her constant faith in justice remained her true north. In an age of division and uncertainty, McLachlin’s memoir is a reminder that justice and the rule of law remain our best hope for a progressive and bright future.

Truth Be Told by John O'Brien

Title Truth Be Told
Author John O'Brien
Publisher Kogan Page Publishers
Release Date 2021-04-03
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 86
ISBN 9781398600171
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Purpose as a business philosophy has resulted in organizations struggling to make sense of what they need to do and made 'purpose washing' commonplace. Identify the challenges and opportunities in the age of purpose and learn how to create authentic messaging, activate successful campaigns and asses the value that these have for key audiences. Purpose has become a leadership and managerial imperative for business large and small, non-profit organizations and charities. However, many businesses don't know how to clearly execute this, and the marketing and PR function of many companies struggle disproportionately as a result. This had led to an increase in cynicism and the growth of 'purpose washing'. However, when purpose is created with an authentic culture, the opportunity for building brand reputation and positive customer engagement is significant. Truth Be Told will help readers understand exactly how to achieve this and present the core truths of their company or organization, to drive clear, authentic purpose powered communication.

If Truth Be Told by Om Swami

Title If Truth be Told
Author Om Swami
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2014
Category Hindus
Total Pages 253
ISBN 9351368068
Language English, Spanish, and French
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William H Johnson by Steve Turner

Title William H Johnson
Author Steve Turner
Publisher Seven Arts Press
Release Date 1998
Category Art
Total Pages 114
ISBN UOM:39015043127938
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This book brings the story of African American artist William H. Johnson (1901-1970) to light. Born in South Carolina, Johnson moved to New York as a teenager to live with his uncle, working as a hotel porter, cook, and stevedore -- and earning admission to the School of the National Academy of Design, where he won almost every student prize available. A trip to Europe became permanent residence after he married Danish textile artist Holcha Krake. He enjoyed wide success until World War II forced the couple to move to New York. After his wife's death Johnson's physical and mental health collapsed and after 1947 he never painted again. Steve Turner traces the fate of Johnson's huge body of work, indifferently managed for him by court-appointed guardians and the Harmon Foundation.

Truth Be Told by Hank Phillippi Ryan

Title Truth Be Told
Author Hank Phillippi Ryan
Publisher Forge Books
Release Date 2014-10-07
Category Fiction
Total Pages 400
ISBN 9780765374974
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Truth Be Told, part of the bestselling Jane Ryland and Jake Brogan series by Agatha, Anthony, Mary Higgins Clark, and Macavity Award-winning author Hank Phillippi Ryan, begins with tragedy: a middle-class family evicted from their suburban home. In digging up the facts on this heartbreaking story—and on other foreclosures— reporter Ryland soon learns the truth behind a big-bucks scheme and the surprising players who will stop at nothing, including murder, to keep their goal a secret. Turns out, there's more than one way to rob a bank. Boston police detective Jake Brogan has a liar on his hands. A man has just confessed to the famous twenty-year-old Lilac Sunday killing, and while Jake's colleagues take him at his word, Jake is not so sure. But he has personal reasons for hoping they've finally solved the cold case. Financial manipulation, the terror of foreclosures, the power of numbers, the primal need for home and family and love. What happens when what you believe is true turns out to be a lie? At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

Truth Be Told by Kia Abdullah

Title Truth Be Told
Author Kia Abdullah
Publisher HQ
Release Date 2020-09-02
Category
Total Pages 384
ISBN 000831473X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Praise for Kia Abdullah: 'A superb legal thriller...crackles with tension' Guardian 'Topical and gritty' Observer 'Sparklingly intelligent' Daily Telegraph 'Much more than a courtroom thriller' Christina Dalcher, Sunday Times bestselling author of VOX * * * * *

If The Truth Be Told by Ronald J. Pelias

Title If the Truth Be Told
Author Ronald J. Pelias
Publisher Springer
Release Date 2016-02-10
Category Education
Total Pages 228
ISBN 9789463004565
Language English, Spanish, and French
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If the Truth Be Told: Accounts in Literary Forms plays with the sense of truth. It is composed of six chapters, “Childhood Dangers,” “Relational Logics,” “Jesus Chronicles,” “Criminal Tales,” “Aging, Illness, and Death Lessons,” and “Telling Truths.” Each chapter includes fictional and nonfictional accounts, including poems, stories, monologues, short dramas, essays, creative nonfiction, and mixed genres, to address each chapter’s subject. Pieces are based on the author’s personal experiences, newspapers accounts, and purely fictional accounts (all revealed in an appendix at the end of the book). Moving through the book from beginning to end, readers may or may not know whether they are reading a nonfictional or fictional text. Pelias intentionally subverts assumptions readers may have in reading the different pieces in order to blur the boundaries of what counts as evidence, what might be accepted as truth, what might be of use in everyday lives. In this vein, Pelias invites readers to consider what they value and why. As an engaging compilation of literary works, this book can be read by anyone simply for pleasure. If Truth Be Told can also be used in any number of college courses in communication, creative writing, cultural studies, ethics, narrative inquiry, philosophy, psychology, sociology and qualitative inquiry. The book includes an extensive appendix with general and chapter-by-chapter discussion questions. “If the truth be told, I’d confess that I found myself in many of the stories he told; I anticipate that other readers will as well, and we’ll all be better for it. If the Truth Be Told solidifies Pelias’s standing as a wise and creative writer par excellence.” – Carolyn Ellis, University of South Florida “For anyone interested in learning how to poetically and creatively capture the human experience, If the Truth be Told is a must read. Each tale richly satisfies yet whets the desire for more; the only solution is to keep reading right through to the end.”– Lesa Lockford, Bowling Green State University Ronald J. Pelias has spent his career working with the fusion of performance, literature, and qualitative methods in an ongoing search for truths that provide momentary places of rest.

Are You Sleeping by Kathleen Barber

Title Are You Sleeping
Author Kathleen Barber
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release Date 2017-08
Category Fiction
Total Pages 336
ISBN 9781501157660
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Serial meets Ruth Ware’s In A Dark, Dark Wood in this inventive and twisty psychological thriller about a mega-hit podcast that reopens a murder case—and threatens to unravel the carefully constructed life of the victim’s daughter. The only thing more dangerous than a lie...is the truth. Josie Buhrman has spent the last ten years trying to escape her family’s reputation and with good reason. After her father's murder thirteen years prior, her mother ran away to join a cult and her twin sister Lanie, once Josie’s closest friend and confidant, betrayed her in an unimaginable way. Now, Josie has finally put down roots in New York, settling into domestic life with her partner Caleb, and that’s where she intends to stay. The only problem is that she has lied to Caleb about every detail of her past—starting with her last name. When investigative reporter Poppy Parnell sets off a media firestorm with a mega-hit podcast that reopens the long-closed case of Josie’s father’s murder, Josie’s world begins to unravel. Meanwhile, the unexpected death of Josie’s long-absent mother forces her to return to her Midwestern hometown where she must confront the demons from her past—and the lies on which she has staked her future.

Title If Truth be Told and Other Tales of Thailand
Author Peter Murrell
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2007
Category Gays in literature
Total Pages 86
ISBN UOM:39015073864376
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Let Truth be Told The coups d tat of nineteen sixty six
Author D. J. M. Muffett
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1982
Category Coups d'état
Total Pages 184
ISBN STANFORD:36105081522281
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Truth Be Told by Kyle Butt

Title Truth Be Told
Author Kyle Butt
Publisher Apologetics PressInc
Release Date 2000-12
Category Religion
Total Pages 179
ISBN 0932859844
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Truth Be Told is a compilation and refutation of the most commonly taught evolutionary ideas. It was written and designed to prepare and equip students to deal with false evolutionary assumptions that often make their way into many science books used in schools. This book will excite, encourage, and inform students who want to know the truth. In the end, that truth leads the honest student to the fact that this magnificent universe did not evolve, but rather was created by an all-powerful God.

Lying In Wait by Liz Nugent

Title Lying in Wait
Author Liz Nugent
Publisher Simon & Schuster
Release Date 2019-12-17
Category Fiction
Total Pages 384
ISBN 9781982133269
Language English, Spanish, and French
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NATIONAL BESTSELLER The second heart-stopping suspense novel by international bestselling author Liz Nugent—filled with dark secrets, twisted relationships, and unexpected surprises. My husband did not mean to kill Annie Doyle, but the lying tramp deserved it. In 1980s Dublin, Lydia Fitzsimons seems to have the perfect life—wife of Andrew, a respected judge, and mistress of Avalon, the beautiful house where she grew up. Her pride and joy, however, is her only child, her son Laurence, to whom she is utterly, obsessively devoted. But her husband’s murder of Annie Doyle, accidental or not, sets into motion a dark downward spiral. No one knows what Lydia and Andrew were doing with a drug-addled prostitute late at night on a deserted stretch of the strand near Dublin, but they stuffed her body into the trunk of their car and buried it in their tidy suburban garden, hoping that will put the matter to rest. Annie was a junkie from the wrong side of the tracks; surely no one will miss her or care to find out what happened to her. Except that Annie has a sister. Her twin, Karen, who has fared much better in life, is desperate to find her. And when Karen crosses paths with Laurence, isolated and lonely, things begin to unravel. Laurence may be overweight and ungainly and bullied at school, but he’s more clever than he’s given credit for. He knows that something is very, very wrong in the Fitzsimons household—and he is determined to discover the truth...

Before I Let You In by Jenny Blackhurst

Title Before I Let You In
Author Jenny Blackhurst
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release Date 2018-04-10
Category Fiction
Total Pages 352
ISBN 9781501168857
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"An astounding and original thriller with a complex relationship between three women at its heart and an explosive conclusion." —B. A. Paris, New York Times bestselling author of Behind Closed Doors The next gripping psychological thriller by the author of How I Lost You, Jenny Blackhurst’s #1 international bestseller, about a psychiatrist and patient relationship that turns not only toxic…but deadly. Karen, Eleanor, and Bea have been best friends since childhood. They know everything about each other’s lives, or at least they think they do. Now in their thirties, though their lives are beginning to diverge: Eleanor is a young wife and mother who is struggling to cope with her many responsibilities; Bea is happy being single—or so she lets people think; and Karen is a psychiatrist who, despite the secrets in her past, considers herself the anchor of the group. But when she takes on a new patient with issues she just can’t quite put her finger on, she begins to realize she may have put her dearest friends in danger. Because her patient knows more about these three women than anyone outside their circle possible could. Or should…

Truth Be Told by Beverley McLachlin

Title Truth Be Told
Author Beverley McLachlin
Publisher Simon & Schuster
Release Date 2020-09-15
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 384
ISBN 9781982104979
Language English, Spanish, and French
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INSTANT NATIONAL BESTSELLER *Indigo Top 10 of the Year* Former Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada Beverley McLachlin offers an intimate and revealing look at her life, from her childhood in the Alberta foothills to her career on the Supreme Court, where she helped to shape the social and moral fabric of the country—for readers of Educated and Becoming. From a very early age, all I knew was that I wanted to do something that was not ordinary. Because, for a girl growing up in a remote prairie town in the 1940s, the ordinary was very ordinary indeed. Beverley McLachlin has led an extraordinary life. One of the few women studying law in the 1960s, she graduated at the top of her class and began her long career—first as a dedicated lawyer and professor, later as a judge serving on the highest court in the country, and finally as the first woman to be named Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada. The journey wasn’t easy. The options for women growing up in rural Pincher Creek, Alberta, were limited. But McLachlin was willful and spirited, and she wanted an education. She also had an innate sense of justice, which was reinforced by the lessons her parents taught her about equality and the value of hard work. It was this faith in justice that pulled her through dark times, especially when faced with sexism and exclusion at work and personal tragedy at home. Over time, McLachlin became a champion for Canadians from all walks of life. As a judge on the Supreme Court, she presided over charged debates on topics such as same-sex marriage, euthanasia, and the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. With each judgment, she laid down a legal legacy proving that fairness and justice are not luxuries of the powerful but rather rights owed to each and every one of us. With warmth, honesty, and deep wisdom, McLachlin recounts her remarkable life on and off the bench. Truth Be Told is an inspiring reminder that integrity and the rule of law are our best hopes for a progressive and bright future.

Truth Be Told by Kimya Bates-Atkinson

Title Truth Be Told
Author Kimya Bates-Atkinson
Publisher Xlibris Corporation
Release Date 2011-03-30
Category Fiction
Total Pages 87
ISBN 9781456870706
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A 9 year old Maya Baker confides in her diary her deepest secrets growing up well into adolescence. Surrounded by poverty, neglect, abuse, torture, violence, and drugs. Maya tries her best to keep her sanity. Every family has their secrets but nothing seems to compare to the Baker family Secrets that leave everyone devastated. As pedophilia victimizes the whole family, everyone struggles with their sexual identity, self hate, trust and most importantly "Love". For the first time in her life Maya finds closure by revealing the "Truth". Taking the stand as a witness in the most infamous Drug and Murder case against her rape assailant Abbriel Jenkins aka “Hefty”. Reliving her most agonizing moments from the past of true evilness and sexual assault by the hands of her cousins. After all is said and done Maya Baker finds the strength to leave home and change her identity putting behind her the life she once lived in Jamaica Queens, NY. Her future is now bright and fruitful. Although life may bring unexpected circumstances, battles and pains. You can find light at the end of a dark tunnel from your "catastrophic" event. This message is for anyone who may have suffered from all forms of abuse - especially rape, which takes away your very innocence and your voice. Remember the pain and silence is "Temporary" but the love you have for yourself have to be preserved alive not letting no one take your self worth away. Just when the World seems as if it’s coming to an end please know you can fight to survive and treasure who you are shining at your very best...

If Truth Be Told by Didier Fassin

Title If Truth Be Told
Author Didier Fassin
Publisher Duke University Press
Release Date 2017-05-12
Category Social Science
Total Pages 368
ISBN 9780822372875
Language English, Spanish, and French
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What happens when ethnographers go public via books, opinion papers, media interviews, court testimonies, policy recommendations, or advocacy activities? Calling for a consideration of this public moment as part and parcel of the research process, the contributors to If Truth Be Told explore the challenges, difficulties, and stakes of having ethnographic research encounter various publics, ranging from journalists, legal experts, and policymakers to activist groups, local populations, and other scholars. The experiences they analyze include Didier Fassin’s interventions on police and prison, Gabriella Coleman's multiple roles as intermediary between hackers and journalists, Kelly Gillespie's and Jonathan Benthall's experiences serving as expert witnesses, the impact of Manuela Ivone Cunha's and Vincent Dubois's work on public policies, and the vociferous attacks on the work of Unni Wikan and Nadia Abu El-Haj. With case studies from five continents, this collection signals the global impact of the questions that the publicization of ethnography raises about the public sphere, the role of the academy, and the responsibilities of social scientists. Contributors. Jonathan Benthall, Lucas Bessire, João Biehl, Gabriella Coleman, Manuela Ivone Cunha, Vincent Dubois, Nadia Abu El-Haj, Didier Fassin, Kelly Gillespie, Ghassan Hage, Sherine Hamdy, Federico Neiburg, Unni Wikan

The Wire by Rafael Alvarez

Title The Wire
Author Rafael Alvarez
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release Date 2009-11-24
Category Performing Arts
Total Pages 288
ISBN 1439184526
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Welcome to the critically acclaimed HBO drama series The Wire, hailed as "the best show on television, period" by the San Francisco Chronicle. The New York Times calls it "a vital part of the television landscape...unvarnished realism." Time declares that The Wire, "like its underfunded, workaday cops, just plugged away until it outshone everything else on TV." The Wire stands not only as riveting drama but also as a sociopolitical treatise with ambitions beyond any television serial. The failure of the drug war, the betrayal of the working class, the bureaucratization of the culture and the cost to individual dignity -- such are the themes of the drama's first two seasons. And with every new episode of season three and beyond, another layer of modern urban life will be revealed. Gritty, densely layered, and realistic, The Wire is series television at its very best, told from the point of view of the Baltimore police, their targets, and many of those caught in the middle. Rafael Alvarez -- a reporter, essayist, and staff writer for the show -- brings the reader inside, detailing many of the real-life incidents and personalities that have inspired the show's storylines and characters, providing the reader with insights into the city of Baltimore -- itself an undeniable character in the series. Packed with photographs and featuring an introduction by series creator and executive producer David Simon, as well as essays by acclaimed authors George Pelecanos, Laura Lippman, and Anthony Walton, here is an invaluable resource for both fans of the show and viewers who have yet to discover The Wire. Hollywood has long used the cop drama to excite and entertain, and Hollywood has always dictated the terms. But The Wire is filmed entirely in Baltimore, conceived by Baltimoreans, and written by rust-belt journalists and novelists intimately familiar with the urban landscape. It's as close as television has yet come to allowing an American city to tell its own tale.

Truth Be Told by Larry King

Title Truth Be Told
Author Larry King
Publisher Penguin Canada
Release Date 2011-05-31
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 288
ISBN 9780143180593
Language English, Spanish, and French
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When Larry King announced he would step down from his nightly live broadcast after more than 40,000 interviews, it signalled the end of an era in television history. At the same time, drama surrounding Larry's personal life was playing out in the headlines. Truth Be Told is a revealing and irresistibly entertaining look back on Larry's remarkable run at CNN, an honest look at Larry's own life, and a behind-the-scenes bird's-eye view of some of the marvellous people Larry has met and talked to throughout his career. This difficult period caused Larry to realize how much the world around him had changed over the course of his 50-year career. Looking at today's cultural and political luminaries as examples, Larry reflects on these changes and has a lot to say about everything and everyone: from marriage, politics, sports, and entertainment to the justice system, broadcasting, and the American future. This is a candid and surprising look inside the monumental career of one of the most powerful and legendary talk-show hosts as he signs off from the nightly television program that has been close to all of our hearts.

Truth Be Told by Victoria Christopher Murray

Title Truth Be Told
Author Victoria Christopher Murray
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release Date 2007-11-01
Category Fiction
Total Pages 464
ISBN 9781416588481
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The author of Essence bestsellers Temptation and Joy returns with a story about one woman's personal and spiritual journey to overcome the consequences of her husband's dark secret. Grace Monroe has the ideal life: a devoted husband, adoring daughters, and a booming career in politics. Newly elected on a Christian platform to the Los Angeles city council, she is determined to put her mistakes behind her and focus on her bright future. But when a secret from her husband's past is revealed, setting off a chain of attacks that threaten to rip her family apart, Grace must face a dilemma that will force her to question her life and her faith.