The Moose's Children by David M. Mokotoff
A Memoir of Betrayal, Death, and Survival,

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All they ever wanted was an apology. Abused as children at the hands of an alcoholic stepfather, the perpetrator escaped justice. If the crimes had been validated, then their nightmares might have ended. Victor Morgan, between 1968 and 1974, sexually abused my ex-wife along with four sisters, and one brother. After years of alcohol and drug abuse, both she and her brother died within days of each other in January 2004. This powerful memoir draws from surviving sister and family interviews, and shows the Penn State scandal is not an isolated tragedy.

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Published January 20, 2012 by Infinity Publishing. 204 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction

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Multiple failed stints in rehab lead to the irrevocable breakdown of the Mokotoff’s marriage as Tina withdraws further into the dark world of addiction and Mokotoff is unable to come to terms with her illness.

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