R#ping Aunt Linda by Norma Egan
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R#PING AUNT LINDA is the story of Linda Davis, a woman violently defiled by several men in a teen-age gang. She is a strong-hearted woman who decides to by-pass the agonies of bringing her defilers to justice. Fearful for her life, she submits to her tormentors’ every whim, and is dragged into a whirlpool of shame and degradation from which there seems no escape.

R#PING AUNT LINDA-a novel mirroring some of the problems and struggles in America today.

Linda Davis sat in the airport waiting room and watched the people around her with deep envy. Everyone seemed to be in pairs but her. They were young couples, too, reminding her bitterly of her thirty-five years. She wondered if she’d ever have a man of her own again-and she sighed with barely suppressed longing.

Five years since her divorce, and she was still alone. She didn’t know how much longer she could stand it. Her body ached for a man’s touch.

“Flight 453 from Chicago, now landing at gate number seven …”

Linda got to her feet and scanned the entrance door. A new era in her life was about to begin, though not by her choosing. She wondered what kind of mother she’d make for an orphaned teen-age boy.

Fictional reading for entertainment purposes only.

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