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Keep On Keeping On
Two Parents and Their Son's Journey Through Addiction & Parents' Journey to Justice By Jean S. Davis with Ed Robertson
"Keep On Keeping On" (Xulon Press/Salem Communications, 2008) is the true story of Brooks and Jean Davis, two ordinary people with extraordinary faith and resolve who find hope and courage despite the circumstances. The Davis' spent over 12 years helping their son, Ron overcome a serious addiction. They had barely come to terms with this family tragedy, when suddenly they were dealt with another: Just as Ron Davis was putting his life back together, he was brutally murdered in Atlanta - and though police and state investigators arrested the killer within three weeks of the crime, it would be eight years before the case went to trial, due to the machinations of an ambitious young defense attorney who tried to use the Davis case to advance his own career. A remarkable story, "Keep On Keeping On" is a living reminder that God can bring good from the worst circumstances.

"The Davis family has shown incredible strength as they have dealt with the addiction of a loved one, the murder of a son and a legal system which seemed to favor the guilty. Through their lives and this book is revealed the source of their strength - faith in a God that has never abandoned them. Everyone should read this book."
-Dr. Jerry McGee, President, Wingate University


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"I couldn't put this book down and read it in one sitting. Most people would have crumbled after having endured the ups and downs of a son's drug addiction, yet these parents' had to cope with his grisly murder and eight agonizing years that it took to seek justice. Strengthened by devout faith, they survived to tell their story as well as their son's. This book really touched my heart and is certain to inspire others." For more reviews >>>