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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite
Police Wife: The Secret Epidemic of Police Domestic Violence by Susanna Hope and Alex Roslin is a non-fiction book that condemns police domestic abuse and shows the horrors that police wives have to live every day. The book leaves nothing out; it tells every gruesome and often too hard to read detail from the lives of these families that are controlled and abused by the “saviors” of our community. One can always sympathize with police officers because they have to face some very harsh situations, but this book tells us that most of the time such police officers do not deserve our sympathy.
Nowhere in the book does the author say that all police officers are wrong. In fact, it only focuses on the small percentage of police officers who resort to domestic violence and alcoholism. The book is simply informing readers of what happens in the lives of such people. I really appreciated that because law enforcement plays a vital role in our daily lives, and if these men are not able to protect their own families, how can they protect us and our families?
Kudos to Alex Roslin for writing this book in a way that makes us appreciate our families more and kudos to Susanna Hope for coming forward and have the courage to talk about her abusive life. Women like her deserve a gold medal for not only surviving, but having the courage to come forward and warn other women as well.