loved this book...couldn't put it down! What an amazing woman to overcome so much and to stay strong through it all. I read it in one day which says a lot for me since I'm not much of a reader. Wonderful!!!
This is the 2nd book I’m ordering. My opinion is a book in general far outweighs a feature Film. But there are exceptions to the rule. Par excellence!
This is an amazing story. It not only sheds light on what can and does happen inside our legal system, but what happens once you are in the prison system. You can't help but feel angry and scared for what she went through and awed by how she survived and tried to help others while she was going through something so terrible.
Riveting. This book is a must read for those who are concerned with truth and justice. We are the greatest nation to ever, along with Holy Israel but our American justice system needs improvement. This lady should never have spent one day without her freedom. I know her personally and she has never violated the law and is the most charitably giving person I know. For Karen to have suffered more than five years in prison is heartbreaking. This book will reveal how sometimes good people because of our imperfect criminal justice system can be an innocent victim of that imperfect criminal justice system
A great read. Don't trust the government. Before you sign anything or talk to anyone from the government have an excellent lawyer present. Look at the corruption we have today on a national level today. This book really awakens you to what is really going on in the prison system today and yesterday and the decades before. As Karen says guilty until proven innocent. This is a very brave woman. She went through hell. Recommend this book very highly.
I loved this book...couldn't put it down! What an amazing woman to overcome so much and to stay strong through it all. I read it in one day which says a lot for me since I'm not much of a reader. Wonderful!!!
The American Dream is a national ethos of the United States, the set of ideals (democracy, rights, liberty, opportunity and equality) in which freedom includes the opportunity for prosperity and success, as well as an upward social mobility for the family and children, achieved through hard work. As described in this book, Karen did just that - created the American Dream through hard work and then lost everything because of the injustice of the American justice system. Reading Innocent Woman, the Karen Lucchesi Story will lead you to question everything you think you know about your rights, freedom and the American way! Wilene Dunn, WCD Enterprises