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Girls like you

by Paul Sheehan

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An award Australian writer, very punchy. Always worth reading. This is a story about some Muslim boys who were sexual predators, displaying their religio-cultural prejudices . ( )
  rajaratnam | Jun 19, 2010 |
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An astonishing, searing non-fiction narrative that tracks the cascade of crimes by six brothers from Pakistan after they arrive in Sydney. In a catalogue of outrages, women are raped and men die. As the net eventually closes on the perpetrators, the book becomes a courtroom drama. Paul Sheehan follows each shocking case as the girls search for justice in a legal system loaded in favour of the defendant rather than the victim. 'Girls Like You' unfolds against the backdrop of the gang-rape phenomenon and the cultural clash between young Muslim men and young western women.… (more)

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