Children in the Crossfire
Remember the tragic story of Etan Patz whose picture was on milk cartons? I wrote a book on parental kidnapping when the topic was first getting exposure.
Geared to professionals (lawyers, therapists, teachers, judges) and all parents--married, separated or divorced--it’s the first comprehensive book on parental kidnapping that tells what happens and why, how to prevent it, and what to do if it happens.
I went on a national book tour and there were reviews in major newspapers. The New York Times called it “sensible and full of useful information.”
The Hartford Courant said, “The interviews Abrahms conducted with kidnappers, paid childsnatchers, kidnapped children, parents of kidnap victims, child psychologists and experts on parental kidnapping are as overwhelming as the statistics.”
And, an NYU School of Law professor found it “A tremendous achievement. Should be required reading for State Department officials, the FBI, chiefs of missing persons bureaus, judges, matrimonial lawyers, and any parent who feels tempted to take the law into his or her own hands.”