Hanna Lulgjuraj-Murray came to America from Yugoslavia, at the age of 10 months. After an arranged marriage, she became the victim of increasing domestic violence. Eventually, her abuser actually shot her in the chest, in front of her two very young daughters. Assuming she was dead, he called the police. When told that she was revived, he handed over the gun and confessed. Hanna did live, and has gone on to tell the story at every opportunity, in an effort to help victims of domestic abuse. This is a triumphant and inspiring tale of courage and determination.
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A very accomplished writer, Peter Blauner has finally written another book, after 11 years. And wait till you hear what else he has been working on! Wow, I had no idea, is everything kept a secret? You will hear all about it in this interview. A must read. I couldn’t put the sucker down.” —Stephen…
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