2 edition of Terrifying love found in the catalog.
Lenore E. Walker
|Statement||Lenore E. Walker.|
|LC Classifications||HV6626 .W347 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||342 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||342|
|LC Control Number||89-11228|
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Terrifying Love: Why Battered Women Kill and How Society Responds Paperback – October 1, byCited by: Terrifying Love explores battered women and how they end up where they are.
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Walker's chilling follow-up to her now-classic groundbreaker, The BAttered Woman, is a. Terrifying Love: Why Battered Women Kill and How Society Responds.
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A dramatic study of women who murder their abusive partners in self-defense. A chilling follow-up to Walker's classic groundbreaker, The Battered Woman. From Publishers Weekly: Walker (The Battered Woman), professor of psychology at the University of Denver, focuses on women who kill husbands or lovers in self-defense or to protect their children.4/5(11).
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Unfortunately, Gus isn’t one to take no for an answer. TERRIFYING LOVE: WHY BATTERED WOMEN KILL AND HOW SOCIETY RESPONDS by Walker, Lenore E Seller Easton's Books, Inc. Published Condition NF/NF; Hardback in Near Fine condition, Near Fine dust jacket Edition 1st Edition ISBN Item Price $. Buy Terrifying Love: Why Battered Women Kill and How Society Responds by Lenore E Walker online at Alibris.
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Terrifying love: why battered women kill and how society responds. [Lenore E Walker] -- "In this powerful, haunting, and ultimately inspiring book, Lenore Walker tells the dramatic story of battered women who kill in self-defense and of her own courageous efforts to secure their justice.