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June 17 , 2011

WAR – What Was It Good For?

Caffeine Nights Short Shots, #6


There is a serial rapist preying on students as they cross Hyde Park to Headingley, the student ghetto in Leeds. The police are advising women either to stay indoors or get a man to walk them home.
But as Lily and her best mate Jo both know - statistically most sexual attacks are carried out by men known to their victims. So does getting a man to walk you home make you any safer? And why should women be told to stay indoors? Surely a curfew on men would be more appropriate?
Set in 1988 and based on a true story, WAR (What Was It Good For?) is a Lily Appleyard short story. The story also includes a taster for the novels: Our Father, Who Art Out There…Somewhere and its sequel Shallow Be Thy Grave

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