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Never a Hero To Me电子书

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作       者:Tracy Black

出  版  社:Simon & Schuster UK

出版时间:2011-05-12

字       数:31.3万

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Tracy Black was only five years old when her mother was hospitalised for the first of many occasions, leaving Tracy in the care of her father. His behaviour, seemingly overnight, changed from indifferent to violently abusive and, for the next seven years, Tracy was sexually and physically abused by her father, his friends and her own brother. All of the men were in the British Armed Forces. Tracy's father compounded the abuse by sending her to baby-sit for his paedophile friends - whilst their own children slept in other rooms, these men would find excuses to leave later or return earlier than their wives in order to abuse her, with her own father's blessing. When she sought help and safety the doors were closed as the authorities closed ranks. In this shocking and compelling book, Tracy Black pieces together the jigsaw of a story that has haunted her for the past forty years. She reveals the horrific betrayal of trust perpetrated by men who were considered upstanding citizens and heroes. Tracy's tale reminds us all of the terrible ways in which paedophiles work and the secrets too many children are forced to carry alone. It is only now that she can tell her full story of recovery.
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Cover

Half-title page

Title page

Copyright page

Dedication page

Contents

Prologue: Heroes

Foreword

1 I Want My Mum

2 Fun

3 Being a Good Girl

4 A Small World

5 Everything Changes

6 Responsibilities

7 The Loving Couple

8 On the Outside

9 Saving Mum

10 Respect

11 Northern Ireland

12 Danger

13 Lucky Man

14 Normal

15 A Man with Friends

16 Still the Good Girl

17 Starting the Fire

18 Getting Out

19 Plausible

20 My New Home

21 A Sense of Normality

22 Secrets

23 Moving On

24 Standing My Ground

25 Time to Fly

Epilogue: Silent No More

Acknowledgements

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