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Daughter of an Ontario, CA pastor, Reverend Emanuel January and her mother Bertha who directed the choir, Rose appeared on Soul Train, and other shows such as Cheers, White Shadows, Hill Street Blues, and movies such as War Games and JoJo Dancer. The life of stardom Rose dreamed of was coming true, but after a divorce, broken relationship, abortion and drifting from church, Rose ended up meeting Art, twice Rose's age, a concert promoter. Art not only beat Rose, but did not allow her to work. The violence escalated, and after holding Rose hostage for four days, Rose's brother Peter tried to rescue her, but Rose grabbed gun and shot Art dead. Rose was charged with murder and sentenced to life in prison. Rose made history in 2000 by being the first convicted murderer to be released from a California prison by Governor Gray Davis. Rose believed God had a plan for her and never gave up. This book gives a full account of Rose's life in prison which will give hope to others.

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Saving Our Women

Rose Parker