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Without Consent (A Tony Dante Novel) (Volume 1) Paperback – August 8, 2014
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About the Author
A 22-year veteran and one of their leading profilers, rescued children across the country from those that would harm, abduct, or kill them. He helped inspire the hit CBS TV series CRIMINAL MINDS. Clemente came to understand the criminal mind of child sex offenders the hard way. As a teen, he suffered the ultimate loss of innocence... then grew up to become a relentless New York City prosecutor before being recruited into the FBI's Behavioral Analysis Unit where he hunted violent sex offenders and serial killers.
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Many readers have written to me and told me that WITHOUT CONSENT was very helpful in their journey to understand or overcome childhood sexual victimization. That alone is a victory. But we can all do more by dispensing with our fears and talking about the truth: Most kids who are sexually victimized are abused by Family, Friends, or Trusted Acquaintances who pose as wonderful people but who have a very dark ulterior motive.
...Also, just finished reading it. There are some pretty significant continuity errors. Part of the story clearly takes place in the nineties (Madonna's Live to Tell referenced like it's present day and a teenaged character that was supposedly born in 1977), but later he mentions watching Netflix! P.S. - This is all supposed to take place over the course of a few months, not thirty years!
I feel kind of bad being critical after reading the author's final notes describing the personal nature of the story, but it seems like no one edited this book. Seriously.