Meg Ellacott will again be signing copies of her book "Ultimate Betrayal," which delves into the Earl Bradley sexual abuse case, Saturday, Oct. 12, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at Browseabout Bookstore, downtown Rehoboth Beach.
“I am humbled and grateful for the support people have shown toward my work,” said Ellacott.
Meg reiterated why she wanted to document this case: “I felt the case was so shocking that I had to write about it in order to come to grips with it; for historic reasons and to help rid myself, and hopefully others, of the pain he caused. I began writing it just days after his arrest not knowing that one day it would become a book. I soon realized you can’t begin to understand something this evil until you come to terms with it by researching and working through it. Only then can we begin to heal and in doing so, can we understand that evil does exist and that secrets can, indeed, be crippling. It is a lesson that shouldn’t be buried and certainly not forgotten.
For more information go to the writer's pages of the RBWG’s website: www.rehobothbeachwritersguild.com; or facebook/MegEllacottwriter. Her book is available in hard copy on Amazon.com or select stores in Delaware.