My father's house: a memoir of incest and healing

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Ticknor & Fields, 1988 - Family & Relationships - 254 pages
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She was a beautiful child, a star student who ran for student council president, led the cheerleading squad, went steady with the right boy and married him, her proud father at her side. But from the age of seven, Sylvia Fraser was a victim of incest. Hers is at once a horror story, but, finally, a story of love and forgiveness.

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User Review  - G Veronica - Goodreads

This is a book about a woman who, as a child, was sexually violated by her father as early as her infant years. I'm not always a fan of when the author switches from reality to dreams in their ... Read full review

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User Review  - Love - Goodreads

Sad Sad Sad is all I can say it was a tough read for me. I did not like the style of writing but it was one of those ones you just had to finish. I still can not understand what makes parents do these awfull things to their own kids. Read full review

Contents

The Other
15
Love
109
A Severed Head
120
Copyright

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