I Died a Little Every Night

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AuthorHouse, 2011 - Biography & Autobiography - 220 pages
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Let this story take you on a young girl's decade long journey of abuse at the hands of her step-father Leon. From the ages of six to sixteen, Angel endured multiple forms of physical, sexual and emotional abuse that led her into a drug fueled life of sex and rebellion. From a family with a long history of violence and abuse; Angel grew from a child of stolen innocence into a young woman pregnant with the seed of her abuser. It seemed the cycle of abuse would never end and the emotional toll would last a lifetime.
 

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Contents

First Memories
1
Sister Summer
11
The Shelter
22
The Best Summer
29
Her First Girl And Boy
37
The Big Fight
46
Her Mission
55
She Told Again
64
Litde Brother Tony who we also called Alex
100
Her Sweet Sixteen
111
The Statement And Marriage
122
Diamond Carol
131
All Down Hill
137
Freedom
143
Another Try
155
The Split Up
161

Another New Home
70
The Same OF Thing
77
Goodbye Francis
84
The Days Go
94
Little Dave
168
The Accident
175
The Rest Of Her Life
191
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About the author (2011)

Angel Costello received her buisness degree and cosmetology license; she currently manages a hair salon. She volunteers as a child advocate in her spare time and is looking to help as many people that are going through similar life styles as she has. She currently lives with her wife and children in New Hampshire and she leads a fulfilled life. She has had contact with Leon and his family.

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