If Rihanna's public statements left you wanting more words from people who have been there themselves, this powerful anthology is a good place to start.
This is Marshall Mathers' colorful autobiography. Although it stays pretty shallow at times, it is still a worthwhile view of the rapper's private life from his own perspective.
Hegstrom, a former abuser charged with the attempted murder of his ex-wife, reconciles his past and speaks directly to abusers about how they can and must change.
This anthology written by women of color gives more depth and breadth to the question of violence in women's lives.