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It Doesn't Hurt That Much

Frank Symons Stewart

Detective Chief Inspector Jane Brando is interviewing a suspected rapist. As a near victim of rape, she has her own views on the matter and a means of proving the case.

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ISBN : 978-1-78830-177-0
Published : 25/10/2018
Pages : 51
Size : 205x140mm
Imprint : Olympia Publishers


Frank Symons Stewart

A Pushcart Poetry Prize (USA) nominee, Frank Symons has been published in Mused Bella Online Literary Review, Opium Magazine, Void Magazine, Doorknobs and Body Paint (Pandemonium Press, San Francisco), Vintage Poetry, The New Verse News, Gloom Cupboard, Dark Matter, Riverbabble, Vine Leaves Literary Journal, Midnight Screaming, and Flash Fiction Magazine. He is the author of screenplays depicting the disabled and women in war zones. With a PhD in Cyberspace Geography he worked as a foreign correspondent and as a UN contractor. He currently divides his time between the Yucatan, Mexico and Ontario, Canada.

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Detective Chief Inspector Jane Brando is interviewing a suspected rapist. As a near victim of rape, she has her own views on the matter and a means of proving the case.

Maria, maimed by her parents to make her a ‘subnormal', earns her living as a beggar and thief, selecting her victims with care.

Beatrice's best friend, Jessica, who suffers from bipolar disorder, tries to stir problems with Beatrice at her wedding.

The increasingly sinister stories make us wonder how these realities may play a role in our own lives.

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