Reviewed in Mercury in March 2009
'An extraordinary story.'
Reviewed in The Zimbabwean in April 2009
'Innocent Victims is Cathy Buckle's enthralling account of a rescue mission of mammoth proportions... a dramatic portrayal of a professional, courageous and dedicated woman... When you pick up Innocent Victims, make yourself comfortable, because you won't want to put it down. It's a riveting read.'
Reviewed in SPVS in May 2009
'I was totally absorbed. The book describes in graphic detail some of the horrors encountered by Meryl Harrison as she rescued animals in Zimbabwe but, despite the painful realities of those experiences, the book has been written with wit and an overwhelming sense of optimism.'
Reviewed in Your Dog Magazine in August 2009
'9/10. In the unlikely event of the words failing to move you to tears of both sorrow and indignation, the photographs surely will.'