Coming this summer . . . .
Luminous: The Story of a Radium Girl
Catherine Donohue was a quiet Catholic girl from a small Midwestern town, but she stood up to the radium industry, workers' compensation laws, and the Illinois Industrial Commission when her work as a dial painter left her body ravaged by radium poisoning. Her quest for social justice in the era between World Wars is emotive and inspiring.
It’s too late for me, but maybe it will help some of the others.
~ Catherine Wolfe Donohue
Available soon in paperback and on Kindle.