Between the Cracks 4-6

by P. D. Workman
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Series: Between the Cracks
Genres: Young Adult

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Chloe's story is horrifying yet hopeful, a harrowing read for anyone who works with children from an abusive background, in foster care, or situations where there are no responsible, loving adults to care for them and guide them, resulting in young adults who have no idea how to love themselves or others, or how to live in the world safely and successfully.
Cecily Wolfe

+ About Between the Cracks 4-6

Follow the lives of the Simpson family, their lives torn apart by abuse and neglect.


Chloe had known for a long time that she was two people. The Chloe who watched and the Chloe who experienced. She had been watching for so long, she wasn’t sure she could feel anything anymore. But if she can’t overcome her past and start living in the real world, she knows she will lose herself forever.


Ronnie was the one child in the Simpson family to escape from the abuse and grow up in a normal home without being bounced from place to place or ending up on the street. 

That was what the others all thought. That was what Ronnie told herself. When Ronnie could remember.

June Into the Light

Getting clean is just the first of June’s challenges, and as difficult as it is, may be the easiest part.

The path ahead is filled with so many obstacles she can’t see her way through to the other side. Facing her children and convincing them that she has really changed and is capable of a healthy relationship with them seems like an insurmountable task.

About P. D. Workman

P.D. (Pamela) Workman writes riveting mystery/suspense and young adult books dealing with mental illness, addiction, abuse, and other real-life issues. For as long as she can remember, the blank page has held an incredible allure and from a very young age she was trying to write her own books.

Workman wrote her first complete novel at the age of twelve and continued to write as a hobby for many years. She started publishing in 2013. She has won several literary awards from Library Services for Youth in Custody for her young adult fiction. She made the USA Today Bestseller list in 2019. She currently has over 50 published titles and can be found at

Born and raised in Alberta, Workman has been married for over 25 years and has one son.