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Eishes Chayil, the pseudonym used by the author of the young adult novel “Hush,” has revealed her real name as Judy Brown.
The revelation in an essay in the Huffington Post comes 10 months after the publication of the fictional tale about sexual abuse in a Brooklyn Chasidic...