By Dr. Ken Doka
Dr. Doka is a leading expert in the Death/Dying and Bereavement field. His writings are always based on research and are full of comforting advice and practical ideas.
Tear Soup is a picture book yet perfect for adults, young people, teens and children. It is a story of an older woman grieving the death of her beloved spouse. She is making soup from her tears and trying to make it through the day while feeling intense sorrow. I think it is a book that everyone can relate too.
By Victoria Noe
Victoria Noe has written a series of Friend Grief books, including Men & Grief, Military & Grief and AIDS Grief, her books are inspiring, honest and helpful.
These are amazing, touching stories of real-life families who experienced the death of a loved one to suicide. These are powerful stories of how families, communities and individuals come together to celebrate, grieve, remember and honor their loved ones and find healing, growth and strength.
I put this on-line resource on this page because it is a great resource for people grieving a death due to homicide. There are not a lot of books written on this topic. Many of the books are generalized to Sudden or Traumatic Loss but not specific to murder.