Denial: A Memoir of Terror

Denial: A Memoir of Terror
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“I listened and I was quiet all my life. But now I speak.” One of the world’s leading experts on terrorism and posttraumatic stress disorder-examine their own sexual abuse of young unresolved in the hands of a serial rapist, and thus to investigate the horrors of trauma and denial. Alone in an unlocked house in a secure area on the outskirts of the city of Concord, Mass., two good, obedient daughters, Jessica Stern, fifteen, and her sister, fourteen years old, were raped in the met by 1 October 1973. The girls came back from ballet class and did their homework, when a strange man with a gun in their house. Then, when they reported the crime, police skeptical. The rapist was never caught. For over thirty years, Stern has denied the pain and trauma of the assault. Following the example of his family, Stern has lost his mother at the age of three, whose father was a Holocaust survivor to focus on his work instead Denial: A Memoir of Terror

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