Anonymous Tip

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Broadman & Holman Publishers, 1996 - Fiction - 470 pages
4 Reviews
Anonymous Tip is a novel that reveals a Child Protective Services system driven by jealousy, ambition, and drift toward ever-greater intrusion in the lives of families. Gwen and Casey rely on faith in the face of false accusations by a faceless accuser.

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This was a very interesting book that held my interest. It was a fascinating fictional legal battle against CPS workers. I personally didn't care for much of the religious talk, but the rest of it kept me glued to the plot. Read full review

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I thought this was a pretty good book1 Read full review


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About the author (1996)

Michael Farris has the experience needed for a book of this kind--he's the father of six daughters and four sons! President of Patrick Henry College, a constitutional lawyer, and chairman of the Home School Legal Defense Association, he counsels men and women across the nation on parenting issues. The Farris family lives in Virginia.

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