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Book Reviews

Surviving Stalking

David L. Joseph

Published: March 1, 2004

Article Abstract

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This volume, the second book by Michele Pathé devote to stalking, is intended to be a "practical and comprehensive survival manual for victims of stalking and related crimes" (p. i)and a source of "sound, realistic, practical advice to victims"(p. i). Given these specific, narrowly defined goals, the book is highly successful. Readers who are or have been the target of a stalker will gain increased understanding of themselves as well as advice on how to address the situation effectively.


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Volume: 65

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