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In Moral Danger

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He was 42, and one of Australia's most successful criminal barristers. She was 14, a runaway with nowhere to go. She later learnt that the barrister had paid her grandmother. She had been sold... This is a family story, which is told with black humour and honesty.
Hardcover, 320 pages
Published August 20th 2004 by Metro Books,London (first published January 2003)
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Donni Hakanson
Jan 12, 2011 Donni Hakanson rated it it was amazing
"A true story", says the byline; and I feel emotionally wrecked. Not the kind of angst you get sitting in front of a big screen with a box of tissues for, not the heartache of national historic atrocities like you see on television, nor any of that kind of heavy duty emotion. The wrecked feeling is one of admiration. Yes, I am admirably wrecked. Can I help feeling wretched with admiration and awe for this woman who can recount her life in such a candidly honest way, a life of sexual abuse, crime ...more
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Jan 25, 2011 Nicole rated it really liked it
Snippet; The best thing about this book is Barbara Biggs' ability to turn what should be a confronting issue into something you can laugh about. The light-hearted, and almost comical, way that Biggs describes her life's events allows the reader to laugh through their tears.
"Truth" is the first word that really springs to my mind when thinking about In Moral Danger. Biggs is extremely open about her experiences and, best of all, shows no shame for what others may find obscene, indelicate or uncha
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Aug 06, 2011 Jen Roe rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
A good book
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