For those of you who have read THE LOST GIRL, you will know what happens to the young actress, Marguerite, and the consequences of that episode in her young life. Throughout her life because such scars do not disappear. They leave their mark.
Here is the true story, my story, upon which I based the sexual assault that Marguerite suffers in THE LOST GIRL.
I am very fortunate. I have my work. I am writing a new novel for Penguin. Not every young woman is as fortunate as I have been.
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