The Mary Kay Letourneau Affair, by James Robinson, is a fact based new look at one of the most widely publicized sexual abuse cases of the 20th century. Why would Ms Letourneau, an intelligent, well educated, married mother of four risk everything - her family, her career, her very freedom, for an illicit affair with a thirteen year old boy? Why would the boy's own mother not want Mary to be prosecuted? Is this a love story, a case of sexual abuse, or something else all together? Mr. Robinson attempts to answer these questions, as well as others in his detailed new book. Summaries and tables are provided to help readers see the minor details and understand all the intricacies of this case. Perhaps considered by some to be controversial, this book dares to challenge popular opinions and commonly held assumptions, and dig for the truth.
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