She survived years of sexual abuse at the hands of her stepfather. Now she’s making the story her own.



“Daddy’s Wives” is a memoir of trauma and defiance.

Published in Norfolk in 2010, the book recalls the pain, the anger and the helplessness of being raised by a serial child rapist and a mother who was complicit in her daughters’ anguish.

It was printed under the alias Savannah Madison and set in an unnamed city on the East Coast. But now, nearly a decade later, its author is ready to reveal herself and claim her story...

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