Jul 7, 2022
“Fiction sometimes unearths truths – and truths we’re not even aware of knowing,” says novelist Catherine Dunne.
She’s talking about her novel, A Name For Himself, and Lia Mills’s novel Another Alice, reissued in new editions as part of the Arlen House Classic Literature.
Both were published originally in the 1990s, but their themes of coercive control and an abused childhood remain relevant today.
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