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Books by Nicole S. Kluemper

  • See Jane Fly

    When five-year-old Nicole, already caught in the middle of her parents’ contested divorce, returns home from a visit to her mother with accountings of sexual abuse, her father is awarded full custody following the bitter court battle.

    Twelve years later, Nicole asks the trial’s forensic evaluator for a copy of the video recordings he made as part of his assessment so long ago. She had since forgotten about the abuse, only for the recordings to start to trigger her memory. This recalled memory turns Nicole into the subject of an investigation orchestrated by a morally corrupt memory researcher who will do anything to find evidence to support her own agenda. While fighting to protect her legal right to privacy, Nicole tries to follow through with her own childhood dream of becoming a psychologist as well.

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Nicole (Taus) Kluemper, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist at a small community clinic in San Diego, California. She earned her undergraduate degree in psychology from the University of San Diego, and her doctorate degree in clinical psychology from Alliant International University. Dr. Kluemper is a published author of an article in a peer reviewed journal, and lives just outside of San Diego with Gary, her husband of twelve years, and their two dogs, Shelbee and Simon. This is her first book.