As true as it gets, a two-book autobiography of sex crimes prosecution in America.
A clipping of the West Coast events in “Sex Crimes: Now”: “The attorney who successfully prosecuted a man on sexual assault charges even though the victim died in a car crash before she could testify has angrily resigned her post. “
A review of “Sex Crimes: Then”: “Nobody knows rapists better than Alice Vachss, a lawyer and prosecutor. She has seen the faces of evil. The place is New York City, but the arena could be any American city.”
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An article in The Guardian entitled “The rapists’ enemy” described the author: “Alice Vachss was once described by a judge as “a woman who drinks blood for breakfast”, but with her soft voice, small frame, and infectious laugh she initially seems anything but. It’s only when she starts talking about putting rapists behind bars that the description begins to make sense.