Sleeping Dogs by Sonya Hartnett (1995) examines several adult issues and their effects on the Willow family. Issues such as poverty, loneliness, revenge, family deviance, physical and emotional abuse, and incest are forced to be dealt with by this family of five children who range in age from fourteen to mid-twenties.
By: Sonya Hartnett
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