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It is the summer of 1976 the hottest summer on recordIn the heart of London's bustling East End lies a tight knit community of families They lead a very traditional way of life the men are down the pub the women are gossiping at the toddler group in the working men's club and the children stay out late in the long summer evenings playing in the park and roaming the streets. Set in the 1970's in a small town in which rape sexual assault and murder of children was completely unheard of yet one day a 12year old girl was discovered in a horrifying manner The girl was the first of severalThe attacks begin to set the whole town on edge and suddenly everyone who is different becomes a suspect It's only after a group of parents attack a young teen who has a low mental intel that they start to suspect each other Jenny Tomlin shows how a small community faces the danger of having thier social construct crumbling while each person has to face their own demons as the attacker holds the town in fear

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Here is only so much this close community can take As they cling to one another for hope and survival the men beat up the school caretaker who they believe to be the perpetrator of this twisted abuse But have they got the right manFinally it is the women who take control In a battle to protect their families and seek revenge they make sure the attacker gets his just dessert. Disturbing The stuff nightmares are made of

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CarefreeIn the sweltering heat Grace Ballantyne leaves her son Adam playing in his toy car in the garden When she returns she finds the door to the car open and her four year old son is nowhere in sight As Grace frantically searches panic creeps in and so the nightmare beginsA series of horrific assaults on young children spreads through the neighbourhood each one brutal; t. Awful Was gross and written entirely too simply

  • Paperback
  • 416
  • Sweetie AUTHOR Jenny Tomlin
  • Jenny Tomlin
  • English
  • 24 October 2019
  • 9780099509837

About the Author: Jenny Tomlin

UEEN of the misery memoir Jenny Tomlin mother of actress Martine McCutcheon is not as tragic as you might imagine Upbeat and truly happy in her life now it's difficult to believe that she was sexually abused by her father unprotected by her slovenly mother and then married a violent man who battered her senseless even when she was pregnant with Martine Her disturbing story was told in her m



10 thoughts on “Sweetie AUTHOR Jenny Tomlin

  1. says:

    This book is just a litany of violence Or at least the first half of it is A brutal rapemurder of a young girlA brutal rape of a small boyAn unwarranted assault on a special needs boy who has cerebral palsyAn attempted rape of another young girlThe disappearance of another boy who returns home safe and wellAnd the brutal murder of another young boy that same day I don't know if he was raped I couldn't read any The assault on Steven the young boy with cerebral palsy was committed by a group of grown men whose wives incorrectly assumed that because the attacks started after Steven came home on holidays from his special school and because he was always watching other children play that he was the culprit They egged their husbands on to do something about it and while one of the wives got Steven's mother out of the house the men almost beat him to deathThis is from one of the women whose husband had been involved in the assault on Steven“She felt bad for the way she had spoken to him her husband last night He had only been doing what he thought was right and Grace had the wisdom to know that you had to let a man be a man WTF?? The disappearance of boy Jamie was in broad daylight with four 12 year old girls playing hopscotch across the street The boy was with a group of his mates out on the sidewalk in front of his house admiring and taking turns sitting in the Jaguar of a visiting relative This boy was 9 years old and no one saw him leaveWhat do the parents do knowing of the murder and rapes? Call the police? No They send the other boys out looking for him One of the mothers tries to enlist her husband to help look for the boy When the husband declines stating his belief correct as it turns out that the boy would come walking in the door at any time this is what the mother said‘Terry there is a sex maniac out there somewhere and he’s getting through our kids like a dose of saltsCharmingAnd what do you think happened next? One of the boys sent out to search for Jamie disappears and is found murdered head bang head bangIt would be hard enough to read if this was a true story but as a piece of fiction it disgusted meAnd to top it all off the writing is appalling and the characters are unlikeable and unsympatheticI wouldn't recommend this book to any one

  2. says:

    Set in the 1970's in a small town in which rape sexual assault and murder of children was completely unheard of yet one day a 12year old girl was discovered in a horrifying manner The girl was the first of severalThe attacks begin to set the whole town on edge and suddenly everyone who is different becomes a suspect It's only after a group of parents attack a young teen who has a low mental intel that they start to suspect each other Jenny Tomlin shows how a small community faces the danger of having thier social construct crumbling while each person has to face their own demons as the attacker holds the town in fear

  3. says:

    Dont even go there I dont want to read books like this This is totally sick I dont know how someone could write this Unfortunately once i had started it I had to finish it to find out who the bad guy was and make sure he got his just desserts

  4. says:

    Dont read Sick disturbing horrible How someone could write this piece of fiction and have the thoughts in their mind to put down on paper this is unbelievable Made me physically sick should be banned I dont even want this book in my house any and so will hbe thrown in the bin

  5. says:

    Awful Was gross and written entirely too simply

  6. says:

    Horrible i wouldn't recommend this book to anybody

  7. says:

    Now I suggest you read the back of the book to see what this about it carely is about child abuse Also read the introduction will give you insight This book is brutal and uncomfortable but child abuse is brutal and children do die so if it upset you? You obviously want this kind of thing to be played down that's not how the real world is it nowIt's a good read obviously some things drag out but I finished this book in a day Worth a read if you can handle to graphic detail

  8. says:

    Disturbing The stuff nightmares are made of

  9. says:

    This is a very difficult book to read uite explicit in places however harrowing though it was it needed to be written this way 

  10. says:

    Deeply unpleasant subject matter unfortunately expressed by an inadeuate writer My advice would be to steer well clear

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