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  • Stalked Stalked

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Every woman's nightmare

by Chris Smith


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Stalked: Every Woman's Nightmare is the story of a young woman's long and torturous journey of being stalked. What started out as a relationship of infatuation turns into something a lot more sinister as she is pursued to the very edge of her sanity.

Even friends and family can't help her escape the stalker as it soon becomes clear that the man involved is a serial stalker who cannot stop inflicting fear and terror upon his victims.

No one should have to endure this level of fear in our society. This is a gripping true story of our times.

About the Author

Chris Smith

From the moment he took to the podium at his first school debating contest at age 14, Chris Smith knew he needed to talk about current issues as a profession and after winning various Sydney speaking competitions it seemed obvious that he had to follow a career in electronic journalism. Chris began his career on talkback radio in regional New South Wales and on Victorian TV in Bendigo where the news team picked up a Logie, which led to his move to the big smoke. The bulk of his professional television career was spent at Networks Seven and Nine, where he travelled around Australia and to all parts of the world in his role as reporter and Chief of Staff, including six years at the award winning A Current Affair. Prior to joining 2GB in late 2000 as Programme Director, Chris lived in mainland China, building bilingual talk/music radio stations for a French radio corporation in Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou. Chris successfully presented 2GB's afternoon program for over 18 years. He now presents the weekend morning show on 2GB and 4BC as well as hosting 'Chris Smith Tonight' and 'Chris Smith and Friends' on Sky News Australia

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