Some recent reviews for Paulette’s book.

The Persecution of Mildred Dunlap

 A few of the more recent reviews. And a heartfelt thank you to everyone who bought the book and took the time to write a review. I’m very grateful. The paperback is coming soon.To Live Out Loud FRONT PROMO copy
From Amazon.com (U.S.)
on August 13, 2015
This is a well written and researched dramatisation of factual events. I was reminded of To Kill a Mocking Bird. The court case in this instance, revolves around prejudice;both racial and religious. Emile Zola wanted to hi-light the case of Alfred Dreyfus, a French artillery officer unjustly accused and convicted of treason.However, the man in question is not on trial but Emile, his supporter as he fights the French government, the military, and the Catholic Church.
Paulette Mahurin skilfully builds up the tension as the story unfolds. To Live Out Loud is a book…

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