Gary Hardy, author of Silence in the Face of Injustice: A Vision of Mercy and Hope, reports on the reviews of his book:
I have exciting news! Kirkus Reviews, a New York based literary magazine and the gold standard of book reviewers, has posted its review of Silence in the Face of Injustice: A Vision of Mercy and Hope on their website.
The review says, “In this nonfiction book, a reformed sex offender argues for better treatment of felons . . . [Dr. Hardy asserts] By painting sex offenders as incurable monsters, society, at all levels, from media to churches, dehumanizes convicts and makes rehabilitation and reform more difficult . . . Backed by solid research and more than 250 endnotes, [Hardy] delivers an effective case against the status quo of America’s contemporary criminal justice system . . . A convincing case for criminal justice reform . . .”
You can read the full review and offer your own comments at https://www.kirkusreviews.com/book-reviews/gary-w-hardy/silence-in-the-face-of-injustice/
As always, I welcome your comments and questions.
Gary W. Hardy, PhD