About the Tahiera Monique Brown
Tahiera Monique Brown is the President and CEO of Darkness To Light Films, a Birmingham based Film and Television Production Company. Ms. Brown is also author, and a professional speaker. Her book, Annihilator of Innocence, chronicles a horrific ordeal where Brown, along with her children, was held hostage for two years by a man who, unbeknownst to her, had been stalking her for some time. The choice she made to save her children's lives put her in a coma. When she recovered, she had amnesia, which she still suffers to this day.
Annihilator of Innocence is based on the true story of Tahiera Monique Brown
District Attorney J. Tom Morgan respresents and defends abused children in DeKalb County, Georgia.
He's never seen a case like this.
"Barbara Clark, you're in Grady," the nurse says. The patient hears but cannot respond. From the darkest depths she struggles to speak, desperate to be heard. A little light appears to be at the end of the long tunnel. In unspoken words - which sound unfamiliar even in her mind - she wonders: Who is Barbara Clark, and what is the place called Grady?
This is how Barbara Clark's courageous and agonizing journey of remembering - and healing - began.
By Debbie A.:
"Oh my gosh! How anyone could live through and even recover from what Barbara Clark endured leaves me speechless. This must have been such a difficult book to write, being a biography. Barbara Clark (the author Tahiera) is an amazing and beautiful woman. It is just so hard to believe that there are folks in our world as evil as "The Old Man". I could not put this book down once I began reading. Oprah needs to know about this!!"