“In the tradition of the novels of Charles Dickens, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Charlotte Bronte and many others, Diane Klein’s novel depicts a social condition that must be changed, and must be made clear to a much larger number of people in order to bring about a demand for change. In the Name Of Help suggests an ideal toward which society can evolve, if we grasp Diane’s message and care to make it happen.” – KARIN KOSKI, Portland, Oregon