Brin Miller grew up in an affluent suburb outside of New York City, leading a sheltered, if privileged, life. A graduate of Denison University, Brin was an all-American swimmer who sought to achieve personal and professional success by marrying her childhood sweetheart and climbing the corporate ladder with the same drive and determination that had served her well growing up. Miller had everything a modern American woman was supposed to want—husband, beautiful home, successful career—but she found herself consumed by panic and confusion. On the outside, she and her perfect family were living the American dream. But behind closed doors, they grappled with betrayal, anger, and blame. In an attempt to pull back the curtain on a world many consider “secret and untouchable,” Miller has chronicled her harrowing experience of bringing her children back from sexual abuse at the hands of a close relative. Buried Saints is her first book: You will find it unbearable, cathartic, and uplifting.