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Tiny Ladies (High Risk Books) by Adam Klein
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Tiny Ladies (High Risk Books) (edition 2003)

by Adam Klein

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Carrie hasn't always made the best decisions in her life. But her affair with Victor, one of her clients when she worked as a caseworker in San Francisco, had disastrous results. Years later, handling cases in the frozen winters of the Mid-West, Carrie is assigned Hannah as a client and she recognises in her a kindred spirit also fleeing a troubled past. Both Carrie and Hannah know what is to be surrounded by violence. They know that mental scars can last longer than any physical mark. As they try to work through their respective traumas, Carrie becomes increasingly aware that her past has, literally, come back to haunt her. Could the shadowy figure she s seen be Victor, returning to claim her and drag her back to her old life of addiction and crime? Or has he come back for revenge? Tiny Ladies is a stark novel about remorse, the ironies of intervention, and the terrible courage it sometimes takes to start again.… (more)
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Title:Tiny Ladies (High Risk Books)
Authors:Adam Klein
Info:Serpent's Tail (2003), Paperback, 224 pages
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Carrie hasn't always made the best decisions in her life. But her affair with Victor, one of her clients when she worked as a caseworker in San Francisco, had disastrous results. Years later, handling cases in the frozen winters of the Mid-West, Carrie is assigned Hannah as a client and she recognises in her a kindred spirit also fleeing a troubled past. Both Carrie and Hannah know what is to be surrounded by violence. They know that mental scars can last longer than any physical mark. As they try to work through their respective traumas, Carrie becomes increasingly aware that her past has, literally, come back to haunt her. Could the shadowy figure she s seen be Victor, returning to claim her and drag her back to her old life of addiction and crime? Or has he come back for revenge? Tiny Ladies is a stark novel about remorse, the ironies of intervention, and the terrible courage it sometimes takes to start again.

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