“REVOLVING DOORS” is an adult, autobiographical novel in which 'Richard', now in his sixties, recalls incidents of his nightmarish first five years of childhood, while fostered through seventeen residences as a ward of Toronto's “S.W.York Co. Children's Aid Society”. From his perspective and understanding as a small child, he shares graphic details of memories of unspeakably perverse mistreatment, including perpetual neglect, abuse, molestation and worse.
After years of counselling and treatment for ensuing, debilitating mental illnesses, 'Richard' experienced a “black-out”, resulting in the sudden awareness of long-buried, traumatic memories. The author furnishes vivid details of her brother's incredible story by interweaving his recollections, and relentless nightmares, with documentation from the organizations involved. It is “Richard's” most sincere desire that his story of ultimate survival might encourage similar abuse victims who may be searching for hope in facing and fighting their own “demons”.