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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Mystery & Detective / General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:250
  • eBook ISBN:9781618428219

The Girl Who Couldn't Say No

by Jack V. Hattem, Ph.D

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Erotic mystery thriller about a psychologically disturbed, beautiful woman, whose childhood of incest leads her to aberrant behavior with abusive men who are murdered after being with her.
Virginia is driven towards abusive relationships because of intense feelings of lonliness and an underlying sense of emptyness which is only relieved by sexual excesses. She seeks help from therapists as she flees across the country. Each of her lovers are murdered. Baffled by her own behavior, and amnesic during the killings, she desperately seeks help. The book is an accurate depiction of a real personality disorder, in all it's manifestations.
About the author
Dr. Hattem is a clinical psychologist of thirty years experience. He has been a professor at various colleges and taught for many years at the University of Southern California Medical school. He is the author of a non-fictioon book detailing the events leading up to Marilyn Monroe's murder. He was at the agency that originally investigated her death.