"Antoinette Bosco has created, from the pain of her children's murder, a powerful and moving plea to abolist the death penalty. May her voice be heard far and wide."--Francis Cardinal George, OMI
"I was deeply moved . . . "--Dominick Dunne
Toni Bosco's heart was crushed when a teenage intruder shot and killed her son and his wife. In time her grief and rage turned to forgiveness: to want one more unnatural death would be wrong. "I could say, punish him for life . . . but I could not say kill this killer." In telling her dramatic journey and those of others who have lived through what she has Toni presents a compelling case that capital punishment fails: socially, spiritually, morally.
Antoinette Bosco is an award-winning journalist, columnist, and author. She lives in Brookfield, Connecticut.