From poverty to the pinnacle of success, this is the extraordinary memoir of a woman’s silent suffering at the abusive hands of her much-loved celebrity husband.
On the outside, Dorothy Newton appeared to live a dream life. She was married to a handsome, successful, famous professional athlete, Nate Newton—three time Super Bowl Champion, six time Pro-Bowler with the Dallas Cowboys.
The world did not see her suffering behind closed doors—betrayed, abused, and alone, crying silent tears that no one heard.
A gripping story throughout, Silent Cry a testament to Dorothy’s will to live, and the peace that comes with hope in the God who sees and hears your silent tears—even when no one else does.
“It is a privilege to call Dorothy Newton friend. Her life is an inspiring example of a courageous woman of God who values faith, family, and friends as our ultimate early treasures. She shares her past and present experiences with others in the hope that they too can celebrate life in abundance now and forever.”
Pat and Cheri Summerall, now-deceased legendary television sportscaster