The innocent victims of violent crimes are often old, frail and defenceless. Indignant at their plight, Joan Jonker founded 'Victims of Violence' to help them. Here she tells of how she gathered support, establishing two shelters in Liverpool.
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One of Liverpool's best-loved saga authors tells the true and heart-rending story of her work with victims of violenceAbout the Author:
Joan Jonker was born and bred in Liverpool. She founded the charity-run organisation Victims of Violence and she lives in Southport with her son. She has two sons and two grandsons.
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