Homicide: The Hidden Victims:
A Guide for Professionals
Social scientist, victim advocate, and the mother of a murder victim -
Deborah Spungen is well acquainted with all facets of what she defines
as "the blackest hell accompanied by a pain so intense that even breathing
becomes an unendurable labor." In Homicide: The Hidden Victims,
Spungen illustrates just how and why family members become co-victims
when a loved one is murdered, and she poignantly addresses the emotional,
physical, spiritual, and psychological effects of such traumatic events.
The timely information and innovative modalities discussed in this book
make it ideal for mental health and criminal justice professionals,
pastoral counselors, social workers, and victim advocates.