Dolores Cross got a wake-up call, literally and figuratively, at
2:00 one morning, from a man asking who she was and where she was.
As she glanced at the electronic bracelet around her ankle, she
made a decision to answer the question of who she was. Not just to
her caller, but to all people who have given themselves to a cause,
only to be accused of a crime.
This timely and inspiring memoir emerged from a respected
educational administrator's harrowing year under house arrest.
Cross's ordeal became a personal journey to find new understanding,
new strength, and hope. To sustain herself, she drew upon the
lessons of memories, taught by her roots, her ancestors, her
family, and her personal heroes, in the face of injustice,
betrayal, and relentless prosecution.
In Beyond the Wall, Cross examines the external forces that
pulled her down into a darkness far from everything she believed in
and had accomplished. To weather the storm, she reflected on the
life experiences that had motivated her to accept the presidency of
a financially fragile college and the arduous climb from the abyss
that followed her resignation.
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