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Ruby is 13 when her mother survives a horrific workplace shooting targeting Jews. A year later, she enters therapy and is assigned the task of writing an Alphabetical Journal. As Ruby struggles through the alphabet, her mother struggles to heal from a tragedy that almost took her life. Both mother and daughter attempt to face their fears - one letter at a time.

Diameter of the Bullet takes the reader through tragedy, loss, and healing. 

After surviving a real workplace shooting, the authors were able to weave their own stories into the stories of  fictional characters. I couldn't tell where reality stopped and fiction began.   L.T.  Chicago, IL

This mother-daughter team of authors took their own personal tragedy and created a work of art.  -  V.K.  Albuquerque, NM