Interview with Karen Campbell, author of 'Falling - Hard Lessons and the Redemption of the Woman Next Door'


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Please join us as we talk with author Karen Andrea Campbell, author of "Falling: Hard Lessons and the Redemption of the Woman Next Door."  Karen Campbell is an American writer and advocate. She was convicted of a felony for driving intoxicated, causing a fatal car crash killing her husband and an innocent woman. She served six years in a full custody women's prison.  

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About the book
Karen Andrea Campbell was living the American Dream, a married mother with two active daughters in high school, a productive career and an active outdoors life style in the Pacific Northwest. Until she was convicted of felony manslaughter DUI and sentenced to six years in prison. She was going to prison. The judge banged the gavel, the Bailiff escorted her toward a door at the front of the courtroom. She took one last look at her family. They were in each other’s arms. The Bailiff opened the door at the front of the courtroom as she stepped through the door that led to another world and one question that haunted her.

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