Joanna Connors: ‘Why I tracked down my attacker after 20 years’

• Apr 15, 2016 • Tags: ,

‘The experience sucked her out of her happy, ordinary present into an unfathomable black hole, which would keep her and her family struggling in its gravitational pull for years to come. Written in the present tense, precise in its graphic detail, it is also the story of her decision, 22 years later, to go in search of her rapist and find out what had driven him to seek her out. As the two-way title – the last words her rapist spoke to her that day – suggests, I Will Find You is both an unflinching portrait of trauma and an act of journalistic courage.’

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