In His Sights: One Woman's Stalking Nightmare

In His Sights: One Woman's Stalking Nightmare

by Kate Brennan
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In His Sights: One Woman's Stalking Nightmare 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is an amazing and brave account of what it's like to try to life the fullest life you can while being the target of someone's crazy obsession. Extremely readable and well-written.
L.A.Carlson-writer More than 1 year ago
I read this book a few years ago and it was one of the most chilling book I had read in some time. It's chilling because her stalker does the little things that would unnerve even the most confident woman. Comes into her home and upsets the little things and leaves. The police can't do anything because he doesn't do anything overt or violent. Everything seemed normal and yet when someone stalks you and has the means to keep it up; there doesn't seem to be much of a recourse. This story had a sense of midwestern to it and the details seemed very credible. Let's face it; people can be strange and what appears normal to them is anything but. I hope whoever Kate Brennan is; she's still safe.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Any woman who has been in an abusive relationship-stalked or not-will relate to this fascinating true story. This is an inspiring story of self-examination and survival. I'd recommend it to anyone.
kaitlynlenhart More than 1 year ago
very interesting
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Having studied and worked in family law for several years, I believe stalking is still a crime swept under the rug far too often. I found this book to be honest and revealing - from the Kate refusing to see the red flags in the relationship to Paul playing out the cycle of abuse like a silent but seductive concerto. Add into the classic stalking schemes the internet and ever-increasing technology such as GPS, spy-cams and whatever else is available and many of us could be stalked at any moment and not even know. This book made me think of how we, as a society of internet crack junkies, look at privacy, getting to know people and relationships.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was an interesting true story about one woman's experiences with a long-term stalker. The beginning and middle were well written and the author was very good at presenting a non-fiction experience in a cliff-hanger type way with each chapter enticing you to read the next. Real life, of course, isn't like a novel in that everything doesn't always get wrapped up in a neat bow at the end. The story sort of piddled out at the end, as the stalking incidents became less frequent, but would happen just often enough to keep her off balance and never completely able to relax--which is exactly what her stalker wants to have happen. It's good that she has been able to continue having a life despite him.
Readingroom26 More than 1 year ago
This is a harrowing story of one woman's life running from a stalker. The steps she had to take uprooted her life and changed her way of looking at the world. It is sad that so much of her time was taken up trying to avoid a very sick man.Even with all the support she had from family, friends, and law enforcement nothing could take away the fear she felt. The saddest part is that there is no way to stop the daily terror she lives with. Even with Stalking Laws, the only recourse is to stay on the run to save your life.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
if i could have given this book ZERO stars, I gladly would have! What a waste of my time! This book was hardly about stalking and about a woman so desperately trying write a book with a title that was actually interesting, but had nothing to do with what was inside. Oh God and did it ever drag on!!!! BORING!