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Defending Our Lives: Getting Away from Domestic Violence & Staying Safe, Susan Murphy-Milano (Contains a valuable National Directory of Domestic Violence Programs)

A Woman Scorned: acquaintance rape on trial, Peggy Reeves Sanday

New Beginnings: A Creative Writing Guide for Women Who Have Left Abusive Partners, Sharon Doane