In 1963, the State of Ohio versus Bill Bush murder trial turned the lives of five innocent people into a 'living hell'. Forcing them to live under protective custody throughout the length of the trial while authorities scrambled to find the 'One little black book' that could unlock the mysteries behind the murders and bring the accused honoured police sergeant to justice. Starting at the age of ten step inside the mind, life and imagination of a victim of abuse. Hear and feel the silent cry as this newcomer to the literary world intricately weaves murder and suspense into a fairy tale of ballerina slippers and kisses goodnight. There isn't a nerve left untouched as the reader dances through the innocence of a youth fallen down the rabbit-hole and trapped inside a maze of twisted turns and jagged edges. You will crawl your way through her little black book of secrets, struggles and destruction as she discovers that all of her life's fantasies and all of her heart's desire couldn't put her shattered pieces back together.
Hidden deep inside her past lay the secrets that captivated her very soul; as her reflection in a mirror over a thirty-eight year period teaches her many realities about life, others and the crosses we all carry. This spell-binding work of literature is sure to captivate the youngest and oldest of children.