Winds of Blame Overview

Jane Gilmore Rushing
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Harvey Doane physically and mentally abuses his wife and children. The first half of Winds of Blame deals with the family's endurance of his cruelty and their methods of coping. When Doane is murdered, the entire community covers up the murder of this man who "needed killing." Although their life is free of Harvey Doane's abuse after his death, the family must cope with the manner of his death and the fear that...

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