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Little Girl Fly Away
Little Girl Fly Away
Author: Gene Stone
An in-depth psychological study explores the true story of Ruth Finlay, a childhood rape victim who developed a split personality and who unknowingly wrote herself death threats, culminating in a self-kidnapping and stabbing.
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ISBN-13: 9780671780852
ISBN-10: 0671780859
Publication Date: 4/10/1994
Pages: 256
  • Currently 3.2/5 Stars.

3.2 stars, based on 11 ratings
Publisher: Simon Schuster
Book Type: Hardcover
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The book was an interesting psychological study.
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This is a fascinating book about the affects child abuse can have on a person, even in later life. Ruth Finley began to experience threats to her life, both in strange poetical letters and in bizarre phone calls. This was investigated by the police, who could never find a suspect. After she was overcome with suicidal depression, she began working with a psychiatrist who finally helped her uncover the unbelievable; she had been tormenting herself as a result of childhood trauma. This book was good from start to finish.
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This was a great book that brings you into the world of a woman who eventually finds out that she has MPD. A must read!


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