Aspen Junge's Reviews > Framing Innocence: A Mother's Photographs, a Prosecutor's Zeal, and a Small Town's Response

Framing Innocence by Lynn Powell
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A real page-turner, this is the story of a woman dedicated to documenting her daughter's life through photographs-- including, unfortunately, some snapshots of her eight-year-old in the shower. When the photo lab turned the film into the prosecutor, things get increasingly difficult for the family. Ultimately insisting on her exoneration, the family survives to tell the tale with the help of their community.

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