Xulon Press presents the author's shocking stories about unrelenting, inescapable abuse.

A Riveting True Survivor Story Gives Powerful Hope to Abuse Victims

Xulon Press presents the author's shocking stories about unrelenting, inescapable abuse.


Author Pat E. Robinson expands her real life experiences once called, “The Top Local Story of the Year,” into a powerful book; The Predator ($20.49, paperback, 9781662847677; $31.49, hardcover, 9781662847684; $8.99, e-book, 9781662847691).


As a survivor of gut-wrenching domestic violence, Robinson has courageously stepped up to share her story in a book. She details the raw abusive, threatening actions and emotions that she dealt with; many that may be relatable to readers. Robinson encourages abuse victims to know that even in her darkest times, she learned what her faith in God could do for her. In fact, she credits her survival through the power of God’s love.


While God encouraged Robinson to author her true story, she also received an encouraging word from best-selling novelist, Anna Quindlen. When asked about writing this book, Robinson said, “My incredible personal experiences of the love of God with his deliverance, restoration, that gave me peace, love, faith, and hope.”


Patricia Eileen Robinson lived in Hulen, a coal mining area in the Appalachian Mountains of southeastern Kentucky. Her parents were divorced. Her dad was abusive. Robinson and her siblings lived apart for a while. She lived with a great aunt and uncle on a farm geographically located near the historical Cumberland Gap National Park, known as Daniel Boone’s passage to the west. Robinson married and moved to Greenfield, IN, a small town and farming area known for the slogan “there’s more than corn in Indiana.” She participated in the Indiana Senate Hearing Committee on Senate Bills for domestic violence, serves as a member of the Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence and an Advocate for the Prosecutor Sexual Assault Response Team (SART). Robinson and husband, Gary, are retired and happily living in a rural area on a small lake. In addition to spending time with four children, eight grandchildren and four great grandchildren, they enjoy fishing, boating, and bird, duck and turtle watching, gardening, and the seasons of the mid-west. For more information about the author, her book or encouragement regarding the topic of abuse, visit the website





Xulon Press, a division of Salem Media Group, is the world’s largest Christian self-publisher, with more than 15,000 titles published to date. The Predator is available online through,, and


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