Tonight's special guest is Jules (and Lisa) Czudar from Long Beach, California. Jules wrote a true story, "We Have Your Daughter," about hope, faith, forgiveness, mental illness and kidnapping. Jules was born in Budapest, Hungary. He and his family escaped right after the Hungarian Revolution in 1956. He moved to Southern California in 1964, and worked in the Mental Health Industry for over 10 years. Afterwards he began his career in Business Development. During the time the story takes place he got involved in acting. "We Have Your Daughter" is the first in a series of three books called "A Father's Journey." In an epic eight-year battle the author continually sought to find his daughter. The story weaves through the issues of mental illness, the struggle between right and wrong, good and evil, light and darkness, fantasy and reality. Would he be another victim of social injustice and legal labyrinths, with no end in sight? Mental illness affects one in four people. It can be destructive to everyone around him or her, but the truly hidden victim is the affected person himself or herself. What if, due to the illness, your wife kidnapped your child, and there was no one to assist you in finding them? What if others knew where they were, but would not help you? What if you had legal rights to see your child, but those rights were ignored? What if your faith in God was severely tested? What if all of these happened at the same time? As the author continually sought to find his daughter, he was falsely accused, put in jail, prosecuted. But he would not give up, and finally prevailed.
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