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She Said

by (author) Mitchell D. King

Flanker Press
Initial publish date
Jun 2023
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    Jun 2023
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Mia Kennedy is a student at Holy Spirit High School with a loving family and a large group of friends. Robert Harris is a divorced trucker who works long and tough hours on the road, alone and desolate. Following one fateful night at a bar on George Street, St. John's, the two become entangled in a forbidden relationship.
Mia accuses Robert of four occurrences of sexual assault, and their relationship is dissected and put under a microscope during a three-week trial.
Is their union borne out of love? False pretenses? Violation? Spanning several years, She Said offers an intimate look into both Mia and Robert, the people in their lives who helped shape who they are, and how they came to a three-week trial at the Supreme Court of Newfoundland and Labrador.

About the author

Mitchell D. King is an associate lawyer with Roebothan McKay Marshall. After completing his education at Memorial University (B.A., 2016) with a Certificate of Criminology, and the University of New Brunswick (Juris Doctor, 2019), Mitchell was called to the Newfoundland and Labrador Bar in 2020. Mitchell got his start interning for the Crown Attorney’s Office before articling at Roebothan McKay Marshall. He is an active member of both the Canadian Bar Association and the Law Society of Newfoundland and Labrador.Mitchell serves on numerous Boards, including the Spinal Cord Injury Association of Canada—Newfoundland and Labrador chapter, and the NLSA Judicial Committee. While at the University of New Brunswick, Mitchell was an active contributor to the university’s newspaper, the Ludlow de Jure.Mitchell lives in Conception Bay South with his girlfriend, Julia. While not practising law or writing, Mitchell spends most of his time playing hockey and soccer, travelling, and reading.

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