Black and blue book anna quindlen
Black and Blue by Anna Quindlen: | phuketcarrent.info: BooksI hated One True Thing, but a friend highly recommended this. I didn't like it either. It's about a battered wife who escapes her husband with her son. I find her writing kind of trivial, with too much telling and not enough showing through scenes. In this very sad story, one woman tells of her flight from a life of domestic abuse as the wife of a New York city policeman. She and her ten-year-old son are assisted to begin a new life under new
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In this novel, Frannie Benedetto has suffered horrible abuse by her police officer husband for nearly twenty years. Finally, Frannie comes to the conclusion that her husband will not stop beating her until she is dead. Frannie takes a chance and runs away with her son, becoming someone completely different. However, cops have resources other people do not and it is only a matter of time before her husband finds her. Black and Blue is a novel of transformation, of one woman finding the courage to not only leave a dangerous relationship, but taking the risk of losing everything to become someone new.
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For eighteen years Fran Benedetto kept her secret, hid her bruises. She stayed with Bobby because she wanted her son to have a father, and because, in spite of everything, she loved him. Now she is starting over in a city far from home, far from Bobby. For the woman who now calls herself Beth, every day is a chance to heal, to put together the pieces of her shattered self. And every day she waits for Bobby to catch up to her. Bobby always said he would never let her go, and despite the ingenuity of her escape, Fran Benedetto is certain of one thing: It is only a matter of time.