Guilt by Association by Susan R. Sloan

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A provocative tale that mirrors today's headlines, this page-turning first novel is a gripping, intelligent and totally satisfying account of one woman's brave struggle to triumph over the pain of a vicious rape, her battle to rebuild her life and the ultimate, shocking confrontation with the man who nearly destroyed her.

About Susan R. Sloan

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Sloan is a former attorney and bestselling author.
Published November 11, 2009 by Grand Central Publishing. 496 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Crime. Fiction

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The ending, while clever, will have those of all political beliefs cringing for different reasons, Sloan often gets the proportions wrong in her blend of not-so- subtle social commentary and suspense, but there's no denying this novel's lowest-common-denominator appeal: It reads like a hous...

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Anticipation of the inevitable provides the compelling hook in Sloan's solidly crafted debut, as readers wait for date-rape victim Karen Kern to turn the tables on her attacker.

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Karen Kern's life path will be forever changed on December 22, 1962.

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