True crime at its most compelling, this two-book autobiography chronicles Alice Vachss’ groundbreaking career as a sex crimes prosecutor. Anyone who wants to use the law, or journalism, or fiction to fight for justice, and anyone who has been touched by #MeToo needs to read this book. The reviews say it all: “If you think you know how the criminal justice system works for prosecuting rape and other sexual abuse crimes from news reports and TV shows … you don’t. This important work by Alice Vachss will set you straight. ” “Unless you have actually been there, you can’t consider yourself an informed person without reading “Sex Crimes” by Alice Vachss.” “Nobody knows rapists better than Alice Vachss. With this book she has scored a knockout.” “SEX CRIMES is an insider’s account from a prosecutor who has slugged it out with the worst scum produced by our society and its systems.” “This true story of crime will kick you in the gut before you know it, ‘Sex crimes” will shake you to the bones — yet, you will find yourself fighting side by side with this gutsy woman on behalf of thousand of innocent victims, both then and now.”
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from “The rapists’ enemy” by Julie Bindel, The Guardian (06/01/07): “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. ”