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PublishAmerica, Oct 6, 2003 - Fiction - 167 pages
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Postpartum is a portrait of a man who is furious at his mother's decision to give him up for adoption at birth. Inheriting the same genetic make-up as his homicidal father, he sets out to find his birth mother so that he can destroy all that she loves. Anonymously and quietly, he lives only for revenge. In this book, readers travel through a psychological horror that is entirely possible, and could change the decision-making processes of young, unwed mothers-to-be. The content is graphic and sometimes shocking, as Shaver knows all too well that monsters do exist.

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