The Rubber Fence

The Rubber Fence

by Diana Stevan

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Overview

The Rubber Fence by Diana Stevan

It's 1972. Women are breaking out, families are breaking down, and men are trying to hold on for the ride.

Dr. Joanna Bereza is a psychiatric intern who wants to have it all: a career, a loving marriage, and a family. But her passion to do what's right sets her against Dr. Myron Eisenstadt, an arrogant psychiatrist and a system that's as stuck as the people it treats.

On ward 2B, Joanna becomes obsessed with the treatment of two women: a mute young mother suspected of trying to kill her baby and a feisty old woman who's been through the mill one too many times. Blinded by her obsession, Joanna not only neglects her own husband, but in trying to stop her patients from getting shock treatment, she also puts her career in jeopardy. Further complicating matters is the seductive senior resident who looks more like a hip rock star than an aspiring shrink. Shadowing Joanna's work is her own unresolved grief over something that happened when she was a child.

The Rubber Fence was inspired by the author's experience as a family therapist on a psychiatric ward.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780994040190
Publisher: Island House Publishing
Publication date: 03/03/2016
Pages: 332
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.73(d)

About the Author

Diana Stevan is the author of the well-received debut novel, A Cry From The Deep, and the novelette, The Blue Nightgown.

Her varied background includes work as a clinical social worker, teacher, professional actor, and freelance writer-broadcaster for Sports Journal, CBC Television. She's had poetry published in DreamCatcher, a United Kingdom publication, a short story in the anthology, Escape, as well as articles for newspapers and an online magazine.

Diana lives with her husband, Robert, on Vancouver Island in beautiful British Columbia.

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