The Right to Sadism by Janet Cee

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A chance meeting in 1988 brings Alison and Kate, friends from university twenty-eight years ago, together again. Alison confides in Kate the ordeal she has been through-an unwanted pregnancy. She tells Kate the trauma she experienced when the baby was taken away from her-a trauma from which she has never recovered and the hatred she has toward anyone who supports the Right to Esse, an extremist pro-life organisation. She tells Kate she would like to rid the world of all of them, but as this is not feasible, she says she would start with the national president, Colleen O'Day. Alison is horrified to learn that Kate has been subjected to a worse form of torture-gang rape-and to add to her anger, one of the rapists, Wayne Keys, got off on a technicality. Kate wants to throw him and the lawyer who got him off, Lyn Cullen, in a dungeon. Alison introduces Kate to her friends, Anne and Helen, who own a property in the country. They invite Alison and Kate to the property. Kate tells Anne and Helen about the rape. All four women agree that they will make use of the property to punish Keys, Cullen, and O'Day.

About Janet Cee

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Janet Cee was born in Australia. In 2006 an incident in the Federal Parliament led her to write The Right to Sadism. She has two sons and two grandchildren. She has a Bachelor of Science, a Diploma in Education and a Graduate Diploma in Computing Studies.
Published April 23, 2013 by Trafford Publishing. 660 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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