No1 on Amazon. Who lies wins.
Who Lies Wins is a book based on an actual story from British family-court. My friend, the author Andrea Leandros whom I mentored editing this important book, just confirmed to me that in its first week of release it has the Amazon red badge for “best new release”.
A no 1 on Amazon for this unlikely best seller, ideally suited to a 10 part HBO series.
In the UK the number of children affected by ‘Parental Alienation and child abuse’ in disputed hearings is 100%. That is over 10,000 children every year whose lives are ruined for one truth.
Judges and lawyers will be paid huge amounts, while children will lose every time. 100% of the time in disputed cases those two truths apply 100%
The same calculation in America’s family-court shows over 100,000 children every year learn the truth that “It is easier to build a strong child than fix a broken man.”
In editing this book I read hundreds of personal accounts from both parents and children from court systems around the world modeled on the original British family law statutes, confirming the extent to which we are allowing this entitled elite, these child abusing avaricious corrupt members of a legally protected sect called family-law, game a historically rotten system. In the UK – over the past ten years 100,000+ children are suffering abuse just so that members of family law- Judges, solicitors and barristers, can enjoy massive paydays. In the USA over the past ten years, that number is 1 million+
It is a crisis. An epidemic of for-profit child-abuse.
Meanwhile the opposition, those speaking up for the children identify the condition most commonly as ‘Malicious Mother syndrome‘. Almost all the time it is Mothers profiled as the winners. Which is why the gender flip in Who Lies Wins opens up the debate in a fair an honest way that makes plain. Ignoring this subject now means in ten years time we will have another Million children in the US condemned to dealing with consequences that all too often lead to substance abuse and early death, if not weekly therapy just to survive.
The action plan for child-centric change to family-law legislation is laid out clearly in the book, by a qualified author, with 16 years first hand experience of the inner workings of British family-law.
This week, with the release of the book, I sent invitations for review to my close friends. Enough of you have ordered to make the algorithm on Amazon trigger the ‘New release best seller’.
Usually friends say they will – then balk at the price. (We are so conditioned to not paying for anything digitally delivered. $19 for a Kindle? You avin a laff. Sorry that’s beyond my means.)
But many of you did not do the old ‘say sure and ignore’. I saw the sales numbers and names and can say my thanks match the extent of my surprise.
A no 1 on Amazon? For a book about a mother and her child, separated by family court.
If you can leave a review on this book, who knows, we might change the lives of a million kids over the next decade.
The premise of the book sets out how clearly the two truths of family law co exist. In disputed cases: 1.) Judges and lawyers always get paid. While 2.) Children always get abused.
It is time to derail that gravy train running on rails of child abuse. Where members are incentivized to profit from child abuse.