Behind closed doors.


I have been on a reading spree, of late; just finished reading my second book from among the trio I bought last Sunday –  ‘I let you go‘, by Clare Mackintosh. A psychological thriller, it was the kind of unputdownable books I prefer to read. I finished it in about two days; it could have taken me even less time had there not been any other work needing my attention!

The book begins with a hit and run case, but gradually emerges to be the tragic story of the heroine fleeing her miserable life as a victim of domestic violence. The writing is bold, in that  the scenes depicting the violence inflicted by the husband are graphic. It does need a lot of strength and willpower to  read about the acts of violence endured by the poor woman at the hands of her beastly  husband. I shuddered as…

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Fight for your life!

A letter to a victim of domestic abuse who lives a quiet life of pain and heartbreak behind closed doors.

Behind closed doors.

Domestic abuse

The wretched lives some women live behind closed doors can only be experienced to be believed! These are the victims of domestic abuse.