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Indecent Exposure

By Helen W. Mallon   

Indecent Exposure is an unforgettable story about the power of love despite one family’s failure to express emotion. The family patriarch, a WWII veteran, attributed his survival to the bombing of Hiroshima; his children Chip and Emily grew up under the shadow of survivor guilt.

When their father dies, the two find themselves on the brink of a family war. Each believes the other has betrayed their father’s legacy–Emily by writing a tell-all memoir, and Chip in his emotional repression. In the story’s shattering conclusion, Chip takes steps toward reconciliation that even Emily will find shocking.