Sleeping with the enemy

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Simon and Schuster, 1987 - Fiction - 332 pages
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A young woman stages her own death and flees from her abusive husband to a small Midwestern town where she discovers love and happiness, until her vengeful husband uncovers her secret

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User Review  - Maysaloon Abu-Zaglan - Goodreads

A brave woman escaping a physically abusive husband try to begin a new life away from him . The action begins when he discover the trick she plays on him to escape his abuse. Love both the movie and the book. Read full review

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User Review  - Michelle - Goodreads

Sleeping With the Enemy is a book?!?! Um, I watch this every single time it's on TV (Aaahhhhh, the cans are all lined up in the cabinet!) so I will clearly read this pronto. Thank you, Goodreads, for recommending this after I told you that I'm reading Beaches. Read full review


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