Grass, and Then There Were Trees by Krisha Stanworth

image006Domestic Abuse Doesn’t

Paint a Pretty Picture

There’s No Happy Ending in

This Powerful Autobiography

Author Krisha Stanworth was once a happy mother, but she was catapulted into a life over which she had no control. Krisha lost custody of her two children, and believes to this day that the man guilty of domestic abuse and beating her was also the man responsible for her mother’s death.

Krisha wrote this book to show that “domestic violence comes without you even realising what is happening to you until it is too late.” In her quest for justice, the police have not been on her side – the victim – but instead took the side of the abuser. In an ironic twist of fate, the man in her life was a police informant.

image002The author has found some peace though her writing, but still struggles without having her children in her life. She says, “People need to open their eyes to a great miscarriage of justice that affects both men and women, and especially the children.”

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(ISBN: 978-1-62212-246-2) is now available for $12.95 and can be ordered through the publisher’s website: or at or

WHOLESALERS: This book is distributed by Ingram Books and other wholesale distributors. Contact your representative with the ISBN for purchase. Wholesale purchase for retailers, universities, libraries, and other organizations is also available through the publisher; please email

About the Author: Krisha Stanworth lives in South Yorkshire, England. This is her first book.

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