Hurting Distance


Genre Prose

Year 2017

Language English

Volume book: Full version

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“Riveting reading.”—

A serial rapist relies on successful career women’s shame to insulate him from punishment. Then one of them sets out to find her missing lover, a married man, and in so doing exposes a sinister plot.

Sophie HannahLittle FaceHurting Distance

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