Marilyn Elaine Lundberg’s true crime memoir, Jagger’s Eyes, is a brutally honest account of how one unfortunate little girl turned to animals for love, safety, and comfort. The trauma of incest and neglect occurred behind closed doors in her Christian home and crippled her psychologically as a child. Her attacks produced PTSD, suicidal depression, chronic anxiety, panic attacks, agoraphobia, anorexia, plus more, and she was housebound for many years as an adult. People terrified this young child, but animals broke through her high protective walls and intervened in Marilyn’s recovery. Lost and hungry creatures appeared magically in her backyard or through open windows. There was something miraculous about the eyes of furry critters, they radiated an intense healing force that helped to reconstruct her broken heart. She welcomed loving animals because they were silent and never pointed out that she was odd and flawed. They all loved her unconditionally, just the way she was. Spiritual restoration came to her through the animal kingdom and one compassionate psychologist. This uplifting book about a wounded child’s recovery will touch your heart, and needs to be your next listen!