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Don't Cry—I Could Save You       Denise Donoghue


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Don't Cry—I Could Save You
By Denise Donoghue 

UK price: £6.23     US price: $10.95
Format: Paperback
Size : 6 x 9
Pages: 72
ISBN: 0-595-39136-2
Published: Apr-2006

“There is always a choice in life. One way of life is to follow the word and the will of God. The other is to follow the way of the world. I had chosen to drift further and further away from my home and Christian upbringing to follow a man who was not a Godly man but a follower of his own whims and desires.” The book is a poignant account of a woman’s experience and escape from the hell of domestic abuse.

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“Often, when I came home at night, the house was empty and my sleeping child was left alone. On another occasion I came home to find him waiting for me, out of his mind about something. I had a premonition that night that this was not going to be a good night. I heard a voice warning me not to go in the door, but I ignored it and went in. He punched me so hard my lip burst open and a front tooth was knocked out.” Once married to a violent man, the author was what we have come to call a “battered woman”, living a life of daily terror and torture. This poignant book reveals the depths of her despair and how she escaped a hell on earth through faith and courage, taking the initiative, fleeing eventually to the safety of a refuge. This book will give hope to many women in a similar situation today.

About the author

Born in Bolton, Lancashire, in 1948, Denise Donoghue is a self-employed hairdresser, and has been engaged in a multitude of other types of employment too numerous and various to mention. She graduated in Social Science at the Open University in mid-life, followed by another short period of self-employment in the antiques trade before retiring to care for her elderly mother. She lives in Scotland with her second husband.

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