❴BOOKS❵ ✬ A Born Victim Author R.P. Rochford – Agedanna.info

A Born Victim A Born Victim Is The Story Of Gill Brogan, A Young Single Mother Who Is Pushed Deep Into Despair By Workplace Bullying Just When She Thinks Nothing Could Get Any Worse She Finds Herself Narrowly Escaping An Attempt On Her LifeSet Against This Troubled Life Is The Story Of Lucy Taylor, An Ambitious Young Detective Who Has Dedicated Herself To Investigating Violent Crimes Against Women Which All Too Often Go Unsolved As She Investigates Case After Case, Each One Disturbing Than The Last, Taylor Begins To See Common Threads Which She Hopes She Can Unravel To Find The Villains And Bring Them To JusticeThe Book Reaches A Climax As A Determined, Well Organised Criminal Group Emerges From The Shadowy World Of Cyber Space To Carry Out One Last Crime In The Real World Lucy Taylor And Her Geeky Side Kick, Mike Watson, Are All That Stand Between The Criminals And Their VictimsThroughout The Book, Psychological Themes Are Analysed Lending A Deeper, Serious Note To The Fast Paced Thriller As The Author Explores The Factors Which Have Formed Our Attitudes Toward Women And The Acceptability Of Violence Against Them


About the Author: R.P. Rochford

R P Rochford was born in Essex UK to Australian parents and lived for some years in Wales before returning to England He has a first degree in design, a Masters in Computing and now teaches and lectures in both subjects.He has been writing academic material for some time but really started with fiction in early 2010 initially writing short stories then beginning work on A Born Victim.When not w



10 thoughts on “A Born Victim

  1. says:

    If one lives long enough, one will most likely meet that person who is a born victim It s that terrible combination of birth and nurture which sets some people up as potential prey It could be that woman who goes from male abuser to male abuser the son or daughter of an alcoholic who wants only to disappear when the bullies show up in the school hallways It s the person who will do anything, anything a


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    A Born Victim by R.P Rochford is a 2013 self published release I was provided a copy of this book by the author in exchange for an honest review I believe all suffering is caused by ignorance People inflict pain on others in the selfish pursuit of their happiness or satisfaction Dalai Lama XIVA Born Victim begins with the story of Gill Gill is a single mother of two and if it weren t for bad luck, she would ha


  3. says:

    A well paced, on the edge of your seat read Can t believe it s his first book he writes like a seasoned pro, as others have mentioned also Bought it two days ago and couldn t put it down but I had to get some sleep


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    A Born Victim Review Review By Ruby From The Nerd Girl Page This Book Was Given To Me In Exchange For An Honest Review I loved this book There was a sense of impending doom hanging over me all the way through it that kept me turning pages Mostly because I read the title and then I met Gill who screams victim from the get go It was just a matter of time Gill Brogan is an unremarkable single mother of two She had cruel parents


  5. says:

    A Born Victim by talented Author R P Rochford is his debut fictional novelhowever, it reads like it s been penned by a seasoned author with a vast array of experience and knowledge.Many aspects of this mystery are new to me as I am no computer whiz but the author s area of expertise shines through One of his main characters, DS Lucy Taylor manages to connect a four year old cold case with the recent murder of two young women These ar


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    I must admit, I read A Born Victim in almost one sitting, having found it difficult to put my Kindle down for any length of time Fascinating, chilling, engaging, touching deep psychological aspects of our modern day society, this novel is not of the kind to leave the reader indifferent, or unmoved The thriller parts of the story were breathtaking, progressing in just the right pace to keep the readers on the edge of their seats, worrying abo


  7. says:

    5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent Debut Cyber Thriller., 2 July 2013This review is from A Born Victim Kindle Edition I came across Richard Rochford s debut novel quite by chance and I m so glad I did It started quite slowly, introducing the main character before leaving her behind for a bit whilst the story built up to bring her storming back in.The book covers bullying at work, cyber violence that spilled into real life, sexual violence, verbal bullying


  8. says:

    5 STARS AND 3 I S INTENSE , INTRIGUING AND INCREDIBLE For the first time in almost a year I have sat spellbound for hours reading, unable to put it down for very long I found myself nibbling at this novel like it was a piece of cheese cake sitting in the refrigerator calling my name This author treats the written word like a warm blanket covering the reader on a cold night When I first picked up the book I thought I would not be able to continue because of


  9. says:

    This is an excellent novel by a very talented author To be able to write so convincingly about abuse and it s causes and effects is a rare gift, I find many authors come across as patronising or worse but not Mr Rochford To then be able to intertwine this sensitive subject with murder, intrigue, suspense and passion is so refreshing and make for a very enjoyable read The characters are presented full of personality and purpose and the plot will have you guessing un


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    Predators preying on previously abused women how chilling Women who are easy targets for than one reason are sought out, groomed and then taken to become actors in movies created for depraved online viewing audiences willing to pay for the privilege of watching how they live out their last days on earth Gill Brogan, a divorced mother of two young children, almost becomes one of the prey but finds a protector that ultimately keeps her safe and eventually provides her with


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