“Part crime narrative and part soul-searching memoir, Emma Copley Eisenberg’s The Third Rainbow Girl has so much wisdom to offer. It’s about the corrosiveness of preconceived notions, and about how trauma ripples through cultures and generations, and about finding connections in others and strength in oneself. Rich in detail and sensitivity and intelligence and honesty, this is a book you won’t want to put down, one that will stay with you for a long time.” – Robert Kolker, New York Times bestselling author of Lost Girls: An Unsolved American Mystery.
Elizabeth Loftus, “The degree to which a witness is convinced of the truth of their memories is not always an accurate predictor of their actual basis of fact.”
Emma Copely Eisenberg, “I dismantled every system to make a new world, but then I had to live in it.”