Acts Of Violence was conceived from an event in 1960s New York, where a woman, Kitty Genovese, was raped and murdered. Although many people saw the incident happen in the comfort of their own homes, looking through the window, no one helped or reported it. This novel therefore takes a similar ... Read review
Interesting theme and style, vivid and descriptive, emotive
None for me
"I came across this in the library and as soon as I took a look at the blurb on the back I was interested. I guess that's the psychologist in me, but the basing of this story of a phenomenon, the bystander effect, sounded like an interesting concept, even though I wasn't entirely sure what to expect from the style of writing as I'd never heard of the author before. It turns out that this is a little hidden gem that was well worth reading.
Acts Of ..."
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