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|Named Person:||Sharon Wallace|
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|Description:||iv, 158 p. ; 22 cm.|
|Contents:||Bitter sixteen --
New beginnings --
Gina, me, and the open road! --
Not yet a woman --
Not my baby --
The truth is always sitting on simmer --
Fighting my own insanity --
Accepting my fate --
Onwards and upwards.
|Responsibility:||by Sharon Wallace.|
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Memoir Reveals How Childhood Abuse Requires Adulthood Coping
“Surviving a House Full of Whispers” is the second book in a proposed trilogy of memoirs by Sharon Wallace. Following “A House Full of Whispers,” the story picks up...
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A must read for survivors of abuse and those who help them
The author, Sharon Wallace, was the victim of both physical and sexual abuse of her stepfather while her mother was in denial and contributed emotional abuse as well. No one would believe her story. ...
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