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Encyclopedia > Pedophilia and child sexual abuse in fiction

This article is about pedophilia/paedophilia in literature, i.e. works of fiction/novels; autobiographies/biographies and other non-fiction works. For information on pedophilia and child sexual abuse in movies/films see Pedophilia and child sexual abuse in films and for plays, musicals, opera see Pedophilia and child sexual abuse in the theatre and for songs see Pedophilia and child sexual abuse in songs. This article is about pedophilia/paedophilia in movies/films. ... Pedophilia, ephebophilia, romantic or sexual relations between adults and children, and child sexual abuse have been important themes of a number of works written for the stage. ... Pedophilia and child sexual abuse have been important themes of a number of song lyrics. ...


Pedophilia, age disparity in sexual relationships, and child sexual abuse have been important themes of many books. Pedophilia or pædophilia (see spelling differences) is the paraphilia of being sexually attracted primarily or exclusively to prepubescent or peripubescent children. ... Sugar Daddy redirects here. ... Child sexual abuse (CSA) is the sexual assault of a minor or, according to the American Psychological Association[1], sexual activity between a minor and an older person in which the dominant position of the older person is used to coerce or exploit the younger. ...


This article concentrates on the way both pedophilia and the sexual abuse of children by adults are described in literature, with a particular emphasis on fictional works.

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Man/boy

In fiction

Novels with a child sexual abuse/pedophile theme or content, featuring a man and a pubescent or pre-pubescent boy include: A novel (from French nouvelle Italian novella, new) is an extended, generally fictional narrative, typically in prose. ...

Orphan boy Custis has been sexually abused over a period of time by a vicious abuser, from the age of about 10 to 12, but has escaped at the start of the novel
James Moore is first seduced at a 1950s Prep school by a master, Mr Wolfe, at age 9. From age 13 to 15 he is abused by his English public school music teacher Dr Fox
14-year-old Wally Day is loved, and abused, by Zandy
After losing his high school teaching job over an accusation of sexual abuse, a writer assumes a false identity and seduces another boy in France, 15-year-old Stéphane.
A 'perfect' sexual family where the child is admitted to the parents' games
  • The Asbestos Diary by Casimir Dukahz
  • Avoidance by Michael Lowenthal
Jeremy becomes infatuated with Max, a 14-year-old at summer camp. When Max confides in him that he has been molested by the camp director, Jeremy realises just how close he came to actually committing the same crime.
  • Bilal's Bread by Sulayman X
Salim, now 26, has been raping his 16-year-old younger brother Bilal since he was 9 years old
The story of the abduction of 12-year-old Billy Neary by Barton Royal, a man who abducts, tortures and kills pubescent boys. Barton’s psychotic behaviour switches between extreme violence and interludes of self-delusion when he imagines that Billy could love him
Judge Holden molests children, then kills them
11-year-old Martin O’Boy and his friend Billy are molested by a church organist
Simon is abused during summer school
8-year-old Jonathan Tierney is abducted by Lawrence Miller, a child molester acting for a child pornography movie-maker
Sexually precocious boys and a licentious Boy Scout troop leader
Tracy Parker has a love affair with Noah, a troubled 15-year-old student at a boys' prep school in upstate New York
Cameron Miller is aged 14. He has been sexually abused all his life by his father, a serial killer of more than 20 young boys
Edward is sexually attracted to his young nephew George
Gustav von Aschenbach is obsessed with the young Tadzio and a sexual attraction is implied though never described. Von Aschenbach never even speaks to the boy though their eyes meet
A timid professor is entangled in the schemes of a female dwarf, who uses his half-conscious desire for two young boys to manipulate him.
Adolescent Nathan is sexually abused by his drunken father and it is clear that his mother knows, but does nothing. Nathan has a sexual relationship with Roy, an older boy who lives next door
  • The Dream Life by Bo Huston
A 33-year-old tutor Hollis goes off with Jed, a 14-year-old pupil.
  • The Drummer of the Eleventh North Devonshire Fusiliers by Guy Davenport
Sexual relationships between teachers and young boys
Aphias Zhe (Fee) is aged 12 when he and other boys are molested by the choir director Big Eric Gorendt at their school in Maine
Karl De Man, a 13-year-old pupil at an exclusive boys' school in 1970s South Africa falls in love with Dominic, a boy of his own age, whose parents know he is gay, and is abused by his choirmaster, Jacques Cilliers.
McMullen is molested in a cinema at the age of 8.
Abuse in the Catholic Church
The abuser is a lay provost from a religious sect
  • The Fall of Doctor Onslow by Frances Vernon
An English public school Headmaster is forced to resign when his affair with one of the boys is discovered. The author's note states that she loosely based the story on that of Charles John Vaughan, Headmaster of Harrow School, 1844-59, who resigned under similar circumstances.
Worsley describes his fascination with a series of beautiful boys, but never abuses any of them
12-year-old Jeroen has a sexual relationship with a Canadian soldier during World War II
A serial killer with a history of child sexual abuse.
11-year-old London orphan Alan Carey is put into a children's home near the end of the Second World War and is abused by Jacko, a sadistic member of staff
Theo is put into care aged 13 and brutally treated and sexually abused by Mr. Gracie, his caseworker, who protects him from other physical abuse.
The main plot concerns a lawsuit, filed by a group of orphans, alleging sexual abuse against Rae Schipke, executive director of the charitable foundation that supports their orphanage.
5-year-old Jeremiah is physically and sexually abused by his prostitute mother and raped by her trucker clients.
A High School boy in Boston who has been sodomised by a group of older students develops a crush on Miles Bannon, a popular English teacher. Miles fails to discourage it and this triggers accusations of child molestation when the boy commits suicide.
  • Houses Without Doors (short story: The Juniper Tree) by Peter Straub
A novelist recalls being sexually molested aged 7 in a movie house by a drifter called Stan.
Michel seeks out young Arab boys and his wife Marceline helps procure them for him.
A boy's sexual adventures from age 7 to 14 with other children and adult men.
12-year-old Kim explores his sexuality with Hugo his scoutmaster
Jamie is abused by a caretaker at the trailer park where he lives.
  • A Kind of Hush, an autobiographical novel by Richard Johnson, originally titled as Getting Even
  • Lamb by Bernard Mac Laverty
Brother Sebastian (née Michael Lamb) befriends then abducts young Owen Kane from a reformatory. Michael does not molest the boy.
14-year-old treble Neil Pritchard sings for composer Euan Bone every afternoon. The relationship develops into one of mutual affection and some physical intimacy, but there is no suggestion that Bone abuses the boy. Many years later, Neil discovers than Bone had abused another young boy
  • The Life I Lead by Keith Banner
Dave Brewer becomes obsesses with nathan, a young loner.
11-year-old Blacky Brown is abused by his single mother's boyfriend
8-year-old Stevie dreams of imaginary friends, whose names match those of boys that have disappeared
Will and 10-year-old Sander become very close and have a sexual relationship
Mac is a 14-year-old schoolboy who is sexually assaulted by the school doctor during a routine examination
Justin McLeod, jailed for killing a boy in a road accident, spends many hours with the troubled 12-year-old Chuck Norstadt, leading to false accusations of sexual abuse.
Red Rover mentors 12-year-old Jonathan and falls in love with him. He describes how Jonathan’s family reacts to his non-abusive relationship with their son
Autobiographical novel: Childish was sexually abused by a family friend when he was aged 9
Neil and Brian are molested by their Little League coach
Dave is abducted by men posing as police as he is playing on the street with his friends Sean and Jimmy. He is returned home days later, after being molested. Years later, Jimmy's daughter is murdered, and he grows to suspect Dave.
Puts forward the theory that some of Shakespeare's sonnets were dedicated to a beautiful boy actor called Willie Hughes
Nathanial, the 5-year-old son of a lawyer specilaising in child sexual abuse is himself abused.
A short story of a tragic love between a priest and a 14-year-old acolyte, introduced by the prosecution at Oscar Wilde's trial
Abuse in the Catholic Church
A 13-year-old boy's story of how he confronts sexual abuse, AIDS, and finds a real family - published as a true story
  • The Romance of a Choir Boy by John Gambril Nicholson
  • Sandel by Angus Stewart
David Rogers, a 19-year-old student, falls in love with 13-year-old Antony Sandel and they have sexual relationship.
'Sarah' is a 12-year-old boy dressed as a girl who is forced to be a prostitute.
After abusing a twelve-year-old boy, a child molester is subjected to abusive psychological experiments.
13-year-old Ruy is a boy actor playing female roles like Juliet and is portrayed as a willing participant in his sexual adventures.
  • Sins of the Fathers by Chris Lynch, written for young adults
Three 13-year-old friends struggle with the revelation that one of them, an altar boy, is being abused by a priest
Four boys are sent to a juvenile detention center where they are physically and sexually abused by four of the guards
10-year-old Marnus is devastated when he discovers that his Dad is abusing his best friend Frikkie. He spies his Dad sodomising Frikkie in the spare bedroom in the family home.
Gabriel starts to suspect that he is not like other boys during puberty, and enjoys a series of childhood sex games with Noel, a young male friend, and also his cousin Connor. Gabriel is later abused at school by a priest, Father Cornelius
A true story of abuse by Catholic clergy in an Irish Reformatory School
A future world of questionable morality where children ("Songbirds") are given drugs to delay puberty, then sold to wealthy patrons, some of whom abuse them sexually
An adolescent boy is sent to live with a 35-year-old priest, who becomes his teacher and spiritual mentor, but also abuses him physically and sexually
Peyrefitte describes an intense, nonsexual, relationship between two French schoolboys and how this is destroyed by Father Lauzon, who is secretly also in love with the younger boy, Alexander Motier
  • Still Missing by Beth Gutcheon
A gay housekeeper is suspected of molesting and kidnapping a 6-year-old boy
A young adolescent boy discovers his sexuality
Jared is abused by Julian Clay, the new curator of the local museum
Child molester Jerry Houseman is in love with 12-year-old Robbie and doesn't understand why the rest of the world can't accept that the boy loves him back
A husband and wife are found imprisoned and their young son, Rory, is missing
  • The Tricky Part : One Boy's Fall from Trespass into Grace, an autobiographical novel, by Martin Moran, also published as The Tricky Part : A boy's story of sexual trespass, a man's journey to forgiveness
12-year-old Moran is abused by Bob Doyle at his new boys’ camp. The sexual relationship lasts till Moran is 15
  • Unspeakable Acts by Jan Hollingsworth
  • A Visit Home by Will Aitken
When a child, Daniel was sexually abused by his father
Mr. Forster, a known homosexual, befriends 12-year-old Louis Lamb, but doesn’t do anything inappropriate with the boy.
Rocket, a 14-year-old punk, turns tricks in Hollywood
13-year-old Jeff was kidnapped from a roadside rest stop, and spent two and a half years locked in a dark basement. He was physically and sexually abused and forced to have sex with Ray if he wanted to eat
Serge is aged 8 when Jonathan starts a sexual relationship with him and this continues until Serge is 10, when the boy begins making sexual demands of his own.
  • Whipping Boy by Gabrielle Lord
  • The Wrong People by Robin Maugham
An English school teacher on vacation in Morocco is introduced to the local boys.
  • Livre d'Or des Textes Pédophiles: Des origines à nos jours by P. de Saintogne is an anthology of French literature with pedophile themes.

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In non-fiction

Autobiographies, biographies or true stories with a child sexual abuse/pedophile theme or content involving men and boys include:

  • Agony in the Garden by John Van Der Zee
Pedophile priests in the Catholic Church in California
  • Altar Boy: A Story of Life After Abuse, by Andrew Madden
Madden is molested by a priest, Father Ivan Payne
  • An Inch from Murder: My Life As a Male Victim of Sexual Child Abuse by Nealus
  • A Tragedy Waiting to Happen: The Chaotic Life of Brendan O'Donnell by Tony and J.J. Muggivan.
Irish Murderer who was believed to have been molested by a priest.
  • Autobiography of an Englishman by "Y"
  • Beyond Closed Doors: Growing Beyond an Abused Childhood by John Andrews
  • Borrowed Time: An AIDS Memoir by Paul Monette
  • Britten's Children by John Bridcut
The composer Benjamin Britten's obsessional, yet innocent, relationships with young boys
Maugham describes the night-time activities of pre-war paedophile Prep school masters
  • Father's Touch by Donald D'Haene
  • The Full Monty: Montgomery of Alamein, 1887-1942 Vol 1 by Nigel Hamilton
Field Marshal Montgomery's platonic love for young men and boys including 12-year-old Lucien Trueb, with whom he corresponded for many years.
Contains explicit poetry and epigrams on boy love
  • Half The House: a memoir by Richard Hoffman
Hoffman is abused by his coach when he is aged 10
The story of Mann's infatuation with a beautiful 11-year-old Polish boy
12-year-old Burroughs is sent to live with his mother's psychiatrist Dr. Finch when his parents separate. Burroughs has an extended love affair, aged 13 to 15, with Neil Bookman, the 33-year-old adopted son of the psychiatrist
  • States of Desire: Travels in Gay America by Edmund White
  • Strong at the Heart: How it feels to heal from sexual abuse, by Carolyn Lehman
10-year-old Jonathan is abused by his babysitter, Father Jim, a priest; Arturo, aged 10, is groomed and then raped by two men he met in the neighborhood; Tino is only 5 when he is abused by his grandmother
Davidson describes how he sought out young boys and adolescents for sex in 1930s London
Davidson's follow up to The World, The Flesh and Myself
  • "Billy" by Pamela Stephenson-Connolly. In the biography of her husband Billy Connolly the author relates how Billy was sexually abused by his father as a child

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Criminal investigations and trials

  • Brother Tony's Boys: The Largest Case of Child Prostitution in U.S. History: A True Story by Mike Echols
Brother Tony Leyva and other churchmen molest hundreds of boys
  • A City Possessed by Lynley Hood
The Christchurch Civic Creche child abuse allegations in New Zealand.
The story of the abduction of 7-year-old Steven Stayner
  • Krici Hlasem Zrady (They Are Shouting the Voice of Betrayal) by Vaclav Novak
Chronicles the abuse of over 20 boys by a priest František Merta
  • A Message from Heaven: The Life and Crimes of Father Seán Fortune by Alison O'Connor
  • Slayer of Innocence, a biography by Jim Conover
A lengthy investigation into the abuse and murder of fourteen boys, aged from 7 to 14

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  • All That Glitters: The Crime and the Cover-up by Raymond Chandler
  • Be Careful Who You Love: Inside the Michael Jackson Case by Diane Dimond
  • Michael Jackson: The Man behind the Mask by Bob Jones and Stacy Brown
  • Michael Jackson Was My Lover: The Secret Diary of Jordie Chandler by Victor M. Gutierrez
  • Redemption: The Truth Behind the Michael Jackson Child Molestation Allegations by Geraldine Hughes

Books on the Menendez trial, where the Menendez brothers, who murdered their parents, claimed they had been sexually abused as children include: Joseph Lyle (Lyle) Menendez (born January 10, 1968) and brother Erik Galen (Erik) Menendez (born November 27, 1971) were arrested for the murders of their parents in 1989. ...

  • Blood Brothers: The Inside Story of the Menendez Murders by Ron Soble and John H. Johnson
  • Bad Blood: The Shocking True Story Behind the Menendez Killings by Don Davis
  • The Private Diary of Lyle Menendez: In His Own Words! by Lyle Menendez, Norma Novelli, Mike Walker and Judith Spreckels
  • Hung Jury: The Diary of a Menendez Juror by Hazel Thornton, Erik Menendez, Lawrence S. Wrightsman, Amy J. Posey and Alan W. Scheflin
  • The Abuse Excuse: And Other Cop-outs, Sob Stories, and Evasions of Responsibility by Alan Dershowitz
A discussion of childhood sexual abuse as an excuse for criminal acts - includes the Menendez brothers case.

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The Satanic ritual abuse of children.

Art and Photography

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Includes pictures from the 1960 film of Lord of the Flies[2]
  • Coming of Age is a collection by Will McBride and contains an essay by Guy Davenport
  • Radiant Identities by Jock Sturges
  • Scenes and Portraits from a Rural Life and Darren's Summer by Mike Tedder

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Manga and anime

The manga work But I'm Your Teacher by Yoshino Somei has a short story where a convicted pedophile photographer picks up a young foreign boy in order to use him as the subject of his work. Throughout the story, the boy is raped by a man brought in by the photographer, and later instigates consensual sex with the photographer himself. Manga )   (pl. ...


Shotacon is a Japanese term for a sexual complex where an adult is attracted to an underage boy and is applied to artwork or manga depicting pre-pubescent or pubescent boys. Boku no Pico is an example of a shotacon anime. The female equivalent of shotacon could be considered lolicon. Shotacon ), sometimes shortened to shota ), is a Japanese term for a sexual complex where an adult is attracted to an underage boy, or in which two underage boys are attracted to one another. ... This page is a candidate to be moved to Wiktionary. ... Manga )   (pl. ... Boku no Pico (My Pico) ) is a shotacon anime produced by Natural High in Japan in 2006. ... The main cast of the anime Cowboy Bebop (1998) (L to R: Spike Spiegel, Jet Black, Ed Tivrusky, Faye Valentine, and Ein the dog) For the oleo-resin, see Animé (oleo-resin). ... Lolicon art often depicts childlike characteristics with possible double meanings. ...


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Woman/boy

In fiction

Novels with a child sexual abuse/pedophile theme or content featuring a woman and a boy include:

27-year-old Ekaterina seduces three 12-year-old boys - Kenny, Jason and then Travis Coe
A 19-year-old girl seduces a 12-year-old boy called Matthew and describes the abuse in correspondence with a jailed child sexual abuser
A teacher has a sexual relationship with a 15-year-old male student
Charlie is molested by his Aunt Helen but later surpresses his memories and doesn't remember it ever happening.
Five-year-old Jack is sexually abused by the girls at school as well as by the teachers

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In non-fiction

8-year-old Antwone Fisher is sexually abused by a female babysitter
Youzou Ooba (Yozo), a boy about 10 ten years old, is sexually abused by a Maid in his house. An autobiographical novel.
Anthony Kiedis, lead singer for the Red Hot Chili Peppers, talks about his experiences of losing his virginity at age 12 to a woman of 18.

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Criminal investigations and trials

A number of books have been published on the Mary Kay Letourneau case. She was arrested and imprisoned for having sex with Vili Fualaau, a 13-year-old boy with whom she had two children and subsequently married. Mary Kay Letourneau on her release from jail, January 6, 1998. ... Vili Fualaau (born June 26, 1983), of Samoan-American descent became famous when at the age of 13 he repeatedly gave simple consent to sexual intercourse with his then-33-year-old teacher Mary Kay Letourneau. ...

  • Un seul crime, l'amour by Mary Kay Letourneau and Vili Fualaau
  • The Mary Kay Letourneau Affair by James Robinson
  • Mass with Mary: The Prison Years by Christina Dress with Tama-Lisa Johnson and Mary Kay Letourneau
  • If Loving You is Wrong by Gregg Olsen

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Art and Photography

A number of photographic collections have been published that depict pre-pubertal, pubertal and adolescent boys either naked or in poses that have caused controversy: Puberty refers to the process of physical changes by which a childs body becomes an adult body capable of reproduction. ... Young Men Organization Teenager and Teen also redirect here. ... “Lads” redirects here. ...

  • The Boy (published in the USA as The Beautiful Boy)
A photographic study written by Germaine Greer

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Man/girl

In fiction

Novels with child sexual abuse/pedophile theme or content featuring a man and a girl include:

There are intimations that Laura Chase was molested by her tutor as a child.
Cat Ferry is haunted by the abuse she had as a child from her grandfather William Kirkland.
16 year old Alex DeLarge rapes two 10 year old girls.
A 12-year-old princess is used to pervert a young priest.
  • Eyes of a Child, by Richard North Patterson
  • False Allegations by Andrew Vachss
Explores true and false child abuse allegations.
  • Far and Beyon, by Unity Dow
  • Fifth Born : A Novel, by Zelda Lockhart
  • Firefly, by Piers Anthony
Œnone tells the story of 5-year-old Nymph and her seduction of the much older Maddock, who is on trial for molesting her.
Jessie was sexually abused by her father when she was aged ten
  • Gillyflower, by Ellen Howard
  • The Golden Chariot, by Salwa Bakr
  • The Good Mother by Sue Miller
  • The Handless Maiden, by Loranne Brown
  • I Hadn't Meant to Tell You This, by Jacqueline Woodson, written for young adults
  • In Death series, by J.D. Robb
  • In My Bedroom, by Donna Hill
  • Innocents, by Cathy Coote
The unnamed teenage narrator embarks on a psychosexual campaign to emotionally and sexually dominate a male schoolteacher twice her age.
  • I Was a Teenage Fairy, by Francesca Lia Block
  • Lena by Jacqueline Woodson, sequel to I Hadn't Meant to Tell You This
  • Lightning by Dean Koontz
  • The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane by Laird Koenig
  • Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov
  • Lost Innocents, by Patricia MacDonald
  • The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold.
  • My Aunt Is a Pilot Whale by Anne Provoost, translated by Ria Bleumer
  • No More Secrets by Nina J. Weinstein
  • Once Were Warriors by Alan Duff
  • One flew over the cuckoo's nest by Ken Kesey
  • Oryx and Crake by Margaret Atwood
  • The Photographer's Sweethearts, by Diana Hartog
  • The Polished Hoe, by Austin Clarke (winner of the 2003 Trillum Book Award, the 2003 Commonwealth Book prize for Best Book, and the 2002 Giller Prize)
  • The Primrose Path, by Carol Matas
  • Prisoner of Innocence by Donna Montegna
  • Projection: A Novel of Terror and Redemption by Keith R. Ablow
  • Promise not to tell, by Carolyn Polese, (the maiden name of Carolyn Lehman), written for young children
  • The Queen of Peace Room, by Magie Dominic
  • Riding a Blue Horse, by Carter Elliott
  • Roger Fishbite,by Emily Prager
  • Secret Lessons by Don W. Weber and Charles Bosworth Jr
  • Secrets Not Meant To Be Kept by Gloria D Miklowitz
  • She's Come Undone by Wally Lamb
  • Silver by Norma Fox Mazer
  • Sin City - That Yellow Bastard by Frank Miller
  • Sinner from The Wayfarer Redemption trilogy by Sara Douglass
Zenith, a powerful magician, is seduced by StarDrifter, his 11-year-old granddaughter
  • Small Pleasures: Mya's Story, by Darnishia Bolden
Mya's grandfather takes a special interest in her. By the age of ten, he is so tempted by her development that he builds her a cherished doll house, lures her to the basement, then rapes her
  • The Storm's Crossing, by Reanne S. Singer
  • Such a Pretty Girl, by Laura Weiss
Meredith is raped by her father from when she was very young to age 12. He goes to jail, but gets out 3 years later. Now her father has his eyes on her again.
A modernized version of King Lear where Virginia and Rose recall being sexually abused by their father.
Rowena, an eleven-year-old witch, assumes the appearance of an adult woman through magic. Not knowing her true nature, Quentin, a thirty-five-year-old virgin, falls in love with her, has intercourse with her, and marries her.
  • The Trouble With Wednesdays, by Laura Nathanson
  • Wake of the Raven, by Graham Worthington. An ex-soldier is isolated with a precocious 11-year old girl, The story tells of his struggle to resist sexual entanglement, and the endless results of his failure. Unusual in that their relationship is treated as less important than their everyday problems
  • Wall of Darkness, by Judy Lea Koretsky
  • White Oleander, by Janet Fitch
the young female character is implied to have had sexual relations with her male foster carer
  • The Winds of Change, a Richard Jury story, by Martha Grimes

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In non-fiction

Autobiographies or biographies with a child sexual abuse/pedophile theme or content featuring a man and a girl include:

  • 17 Days: The Katie Beers Story by Arthur Herzog
  • Born Bad by Bill Cox
  • Casanova's Women: The Great Seducer and the Women He Loved by Judith Summers
Casanova tries to seduce his own 10-year-old daughter
  • The Death Of Narcissus by Francis Morris
A survey of pedophile themes in pre-Lolita literature. It includes commentary on the pedophile content of letters written by author Charles Dodgson/Lewis Carroll
  • Don't Ever Tell: Kathy's Story: A True Tale of a Childhood Destroyed by Neglect and Fear by Kathy O'Brien
O'Brien's family have questioned the truthfulness of the her story of rape by priests and torture by her father
  • Don't Tell Mummy: A True Story of the Ultimate Betrayal by Toni Maguire
Toni is abused by her father from the age of 6 to 14, when he makes her pregnant
  • A Girl Called Karen: A True Story of Sex Abuse and Resilience by Karen McConnell, Eileen Brand
Karen is abused by both her father and stepfather
A 14-year-old girl is the target of Internet grooming then suffers sexual abuse
A 'true' story of Satanic ritual abuse, exposed as fiction
  • Ophelia speaks : adolescent girls write about their search for self, by Sara Shandler
  • Remembering Satan by Lawrence Wright
The true story of Paul Ingram and the controversy over sex abuse convictions based on recovered memories
  • Stolen Innocence: Triumphing Over a Childhood Broken by Abuse is the published diary of Erin Merryn, detailing her experiences of childhood sexual abuse
  • Strong at the Heart: How it feels to heal from sexual abuse, by Carolyn Lehman, a book written for teens and adults
Tammy and her younger sister are abused by their stepfather over a number of years. They tell each other what's been going on when they are aged 15 and 14. Akaya is abused by her father from age 2 to 7, then again from the age of 12
  • When Rabbit Howls, by Truddi Chase
  • Where There Is Evil by Sandra Brown
The story of the disappearance of 12-year-old Moira Anderson in 1957 and the involvement of Alex Gartshore, the author's father and a convicted pedophile, as a member of a pedophile ring

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Woman/girl

In fiction

Novels with child sexual abuse/pedophile theme or content featuring a woman and a girl include:

  • Maryfield Academy, by Carla Tomaso
  • Norwegian Wood, by Haruki Murakami

A beautiful ten-year-old prodigy attempts to seduce her piano teacher, but when the teacher spurns her, the child falsely accuses her of molestation, destroying her reputation and leading her to lifelong despair, attempted suicide, and permanent incarceration in a mental institution. A minor scene in a powerful, moving novel.


In non-fiction

Autobiographies or biographies with a child sexual abuse/pedophile theme or content featuring a woman and a girl include:

  • Nap Time: The True Story of Sexual Abuse at a Suburban Day Care Center by Lisa Manshel
Kelly Michaels was imprisoned for abusing very young children of both sexes, but eventually her convictions were all overturned
  • The Step Child: A True Story by Donna Ford
Donna Ford was abused by her step mother Helen between the ages of 5 and 11
  • Strong at the Heart: How it feels to heal from sexual abuse, by Carolyn Lehman
  • Sybil, by Flora Rheta Schreiber
The story of the multiple personality disorder (Dissociative identity disorder) of the abused girl Shirley Ardell Mason

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Further reading

  • Gullette, Margaret Morganroth (1984). "The Exile of Adulthood: Pedophilia in the Midlife Novel," Novel: A Forum on Fiction, 17(3), 215-232.

This article does not list the many academic or other learned works written on the subject of pedophilia [3] and child sexual abuse [4].


See also

This article is about pedophilia/paedophilia in movies/films. ... Pedophilia, ephebophilia, romantic or sexual relations between adults and children, and child sexual abuse have been important themes of a number of works written for the stage. ... Pedophilia and child sexual abuse have been important themes of a number of song lyrics. ...

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