Frustrated by police inaction, Charlie Koissi gathered friends together to find his identity thief on their own. Now, he knows who the perpetrator is but is still powerless to stop him. Seven years later, he is still stopped by police and has to prove he isn’t the man who is wanted on multiple warrants.
Reader's Digest, June 2014
a school that fights racism
A head teacher is fighting for the rights of Roma kids to be educated in Slovakia.
Reader's Digest, Fall 2014
Being there for Bo
This story will reinforce your faith in people.
Reader's Digest, April 2014
Reader's Digest, May 2013
What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Russia? Surely not ‘shark attack’!
I can’t imagine what it would be like to be wrongly accused of killing your child. Brenda Waudby does – and she has tried to rise above the fallout as she reclaims her life.
More, November 2011
This is one of the most chilling stories I have ever written.
Reader's Digest, June 2011
A Soul Laid Bare
Reader's Digest, April 2011
Holocaust survivor, advisor to JFK, friend to Leonard Bernstein and librettist – Sam Pisar is perhaps the most impressive man I have ever met.