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Tears of Innocence by T.R. Robinson
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it was amazing

Firstly I would like to thank the author, T R Robinson, for sending me a copy of her autobiography ‘Tears of Innocence’ in exchange for an honest review.

From the first few paragraphs, I could imagine the scene of such a loving family, but did not foresee how that all changed so suddenly due to the death of the child’s mother. So sad that the child’s family believed she was too young to be allowed to grieve, which consequently things went from bad to worse as the story unfolds.

I thought when she eventually married a Naval Officer and moved to England, she could at last find happiness. That was not to be. As much as her in-laws welcomed her into the family and suspected she was being abused, there was not much that they could do without making things worse.

I thought I had a good idea of the horrors of War, but what she went through at the hands of the Nazi’s was absolutely inhuman.

So many times I felt as if I wanted to throw my arms around her and give her a hug. I admire the strength she had to carry on in her attempt to find happiness.

I would recommend this book.

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