A House Divided by Paul R. Abramson
Suspicions of Mother-Daughter Incest

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Based on a true story, A House Divided: Suspicions of Mother-Daughter Incest tells the emotionally harrowing tale of a mother’s fight to retain custody of her daughter amid horrifying accusations of mother-daughter incest.

Searching for the truth behind these accusations, while reconstructing this troubling tale from case interviews, trial transcripts, police reports, and other documentary sources, the authors find in this unusual case an ideal springboard for a serious consideration of the legal and psychological issues underlying the assessment and prosecution of incest cases, in particular of mother-daughter incest.

A House Divided
serves as a vivid reminder of the legal, moral, and social complexities surrounding cases involving sex crimes.

About Paul R. Abramson

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Dr. Paul R. Abramson (UCLA) is one of the leading sexual theorists in the country and also one of the most sought-after legal "sex" experts. He has consulted on many high-profile cases touching on topics like "dial-a-porn," video obscenity, sexual harrassment, and the infamous "Club Fuck" case. He is former editor of the Journal of Sex Research and author of six other books. He also has appeared several times on the nationally syndicated PBS show Closer to the Truth.
Published September 21, 2000 by W. W. Norton & Company. 240 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Health, Fitness & Dieting, Political & Social Sciences, Literature & Fiction, Parenting & Relationships, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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What intrigues Abramson is that, if the incest did occur, the case presents the opportunity to study the pathology of the extremely rare phenomenon of mother-daughter incest;

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