St. Martin's, Sep 2004, 9.95, 160 pp.
Nineteen year old Charlene Boher has been in prison for two years for murder. Everyone seems to need to know whether she feels any remorse for killing, but Charlene feels nothing inside except the loneliness that has eaten at her for most of her life. With so much time, she decides to write an autobiography to explain why she feels no regret and therefore must be inhuman.
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