Praise for Luke and Ryan Hart's memoir:
'A powerful, searing account from incredible brothers and an important contribution to our understanding of domestic abuse' Victoria Derbyshire
'... a courageous account of domestic abuse and the devasting impact it has on families' Jeremy Corbyn MP
'Relevant and inspiring' Chris Green, White Ribbon UK
On 19 July 2016, Claire and Charlotte Hart were murdered, in broad daylight, by the family's father. He shot his wife and daughter with a sawn-off shotgun before committing suicide.
REMEMBERED FOREVER is the shocking story of what led to this terrible crime. Luke and Ryan Hart, the family's two surviving sons, lived under the terror of coercive control. Their father believed that his family members were simply possessions, never referring to them by their names ... just as Woman, Boy, Girl. Written by the boys, but laced with the voices of Claire and Charlotte, this gripping and moving account brings deeper understanding to the shocking crime of domestic abuse and homicide.
Luke and Ryan Hart have become spokespeople for the victims who are so often silenced but must never be forgotten.
Publisher: Orion Publishing Co
Number of pages: 288
Weight: 260 g
Dimensions: 196 x 130 x 30 mm
In the words of the great Angela Davis, "I'm no longer accepting the things I cannot change, I'm changing the things I cannot accept", and it is with this boldness that Luke and Ryan have used their own experience of domestic abuse to help others. - Jeremy Corbyn MP, Leader of Labour Party
A powerful, searing account from incredible brothers and an important contribution to our understanding of domestic abuse. - BBC
A determination to create light from darkness. - Suzanne Jacob OBE, Chief Executive SafeLives
I have been working at Refuge for 35 years, yet I am humbled by the sheer courage and sense of righteousness Luke and Ryan have shown since their mother and sister were brutally killed at the hands of their father. - Sandra Horley CBE, Chief Executive Refuge
What Luke and Ryan have achieved by writing their memoir is to give their mother and sister a voice.
Luke and Ryan Hart become the lighthouse in this book, courageously sending out their warning signal about the danger of coercive control and why it must always be taken seriously. - Katie Ghose, Chief Executive Women's Aid
I knew that their story was one which millions should hear.
It is the most relevant and inspiring account that I have heard in the 15 years I have been active in challenging men's abuse and violence towards women and girls. - Chris Green OBE, Founder White Ribbon UK