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"Duncan has created a book that could be equally helpful to a sexual assault survivor, family member, or concerned layperson … Duncan brings a clinical perspective to the subject through vignettes and other examples that carry detail and richness to the concepts she is working to explain. . . . As a means of prevention through raising awareness, this easily readable book provides a resource not reliant on the full understanding of statistical methods. She does a wonderful job at exploring dynamics seldom seen in the literature, such as the reference to female sexual aggression on college campuses. Furthermore, the vignettes found in her section on child sexual assault at the hands of educational professionals provide an insight that could prove remarkably helpful to those most in need. . . . Duncan's Female Sexual Predators could find applicability in the larger contexts of the helping professions, the concerned community, and as a phenomological tool for survivors and those concerned about them … "
Journal of Forensic Social Work