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Issue Details: First known date: 2019... 2019 In Plain Sight
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'In the #MeToo movement’s early, giant-felling months, when every day seemed to yield a new scandal, with women across the globe uniting in anguish and fury, David Leser was shaken by his own obliviousness. “I thought I was awake to this rampaging male aggression,” he wrote at the time, “but the truth is I had absolutely no idea what women faced.” In the final days of an erratic 15-month relationship, Stephanie Wood could no longer ignore what some deep, limbic part of her brain had long suspected: her boyfriend was a conman, a pathological fantasist.' (Introduction)

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  • Also reviews Women, Men and the Whole Damn Thing by David Leser

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18 In Plain Sightsmall AustLit logo The Weekend Australian
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  • Fake Stephanie Wood 2019 single work autobiography
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