The ropemaker's daughter

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Diva, May 1, 2002 - Fiction - 244 pages
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Rebecca habitually questions the people she meets and steals the stories they tell her, claiming them for her own. But then she meets a man whose story is already familiar, a man who says he knows her. The real Adam threw himself off a Cornish cliff 10 months earlier, so who is this imposter, and what does he want? Enter Paige, who will help Rebecca discover the truth about herself, about Adam -- and about love between women. But even she is not what she seems. This compelling suspense asks the question "Who can you trust?" and comes up with some frightening answers.

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User Review  - Lisa Wing - Goodreads

Again, biased but I read this in one sitting. Loved it. Read full review

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