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  • Dignified, Yet Harrowing

    Lindy Chamberlain tells her story straightforwardly, even baldly. She doesn't gloss over the events and her emotional reactions; nor does she sensationalise. The facts, of course, are sensational enough, and she recounts them with the same strength and dignity she displayed while they were happening -- which unfortunately led many people to perceive her as cold and heartless. The book, going behind the scenes, makes it clear she is anything but. Losing a beloved child is hard enough to bear, let alone the experiences that followed. Heart-rending as it is, this book is also an endlessly interesting story which Australians cannot forget. And it is the detailed record of a great injustice. I wish those who are still suspicious of Lindy Chamberlain would just read it and come to grips with its truths.

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