In my work as founder of the multi-national nonprofit PAVE: Promoting Awareness, Victim Empowerment, I have seen the damage that violence has on families and it is truly immeasurable. Sally Rice's debut book, an autobiography, powerfully speaks to that violence, yet at times, with humor and intellect. Eloquently written, this book is nearly impossible to put down and is a recommended read for anyone, personal or professional, with a connection to healing from a cycle of violence.
—Angela Rose, founder of PAVE


When the Monster Lives at Home

The Quarry, by Sally Rice, is a riveting, true story of a single mother’s desperate efforts to protect her children from a cunning child molester, who lived in her home and slept in her bed.

Interwoven in The Quarry’s storyline is the further tragedy that Sally experiences as she is vilified by the legal system, labeled a “terrorist,” arrested, and sentenced to jail, for seeking to protect her children.

The Quarry, despite its powerful subject matter, is both uplifting and empowering, as Sally’s life unfolds before us and the courage and resilience that she shows are laid bare for all to see.


At the age of 18 Sally Rice, born in Southern California, moved to Florence, Italy. In Florence Sally studied art history and subsequently became an international tour guide for academic study tours. Sally is a photo journalist, and a nature and wildlife photographer. She has enjoyed a successful career as a costume designer in the film industry (23 years). Sally’s current career is based upon having experienced psychic and spirit encounters since early childhood. Sally now works as a professional psychic medium and is a member of the Certified Psychic Society. Sally provides psychic readings from her home, deep in the jungle along the Costa Rican Gold Cost, via Skype, of course. Sally has traveled to 47 countries and speaks four languages. 



Edition: 1st Edition - (Available November 1, 2016)
Format: 6” x 9”
Pages: 386 pages
ISBN (Hardcover): 978-0-9906614-6-7
Pricing: $34.99


Edition: 1st Edition - (Available November 1, 2016)
Format: 6” x 9”
Pages: 386 pages
ISBN (Softcover): 978-0-9961740-7-7
Pricing: $19.99


Edition: 1st Edition - (Available November 1, 2016)
Format: Kindle/ iBooks/ Nook/ PDF/ ePUB
Pages: 386 pages
Pricing: $9.99