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Sophia McColgan's father was jailed in 1995 for brutalising his family for over 20 years. This is her true story.
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'She might have stepped from a medieval painting. The soft, deep, dark eyes, the clear, pale, skin, the long tumbling chestnut curls. And the stillness, not of an uncomfortable kind, but of a serenity born out of stoicism and suffering.' The Irish Times 'A story that needed to be written, and needs to be read.' Evening Herald 'Sophia's courage and determination are heroic and will surely shine as a beacon to thousands of people who did not think they could fully live again.' Books Ireland 'Who should read it? Everyone.' Irish Social WorkerAbout the Author:
Susan McKay is one of Ireland's leading journalists and commentators. The recipient of an Amnesty International award for an investigation into the effects of domestic violence on children, she is the author of three critically acclaimed books, Northern Protestants - An Unsettled People; Without Fear - A History of the Dublin Rape Crisis Centre; and Bear in Mind These Dead. A well-known broadcaster, Susan has made several documentaries, writes for The Irish Times, Irish News, The Guardian, The Times, and was formerly Northern editor of the Sunday Tribune.
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