A Stranger in the House

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Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated, 1995 - Fiction - 410 pages
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"Don't talk to strangers." It was a rule Lauren Sandler had drilled into her daughter, Chelsea. But on a seductive spring day at the country fair, it was a rule Lauren herself found easy to break. And what began as an irresistable attraction to Jonathan Grant rapidly became a deep, meaningful bond. It was more than Jonathan's lean good looks - there was something heartrendingly sad in his dark eyes - probably the memory of his murdered first wife. And then there was Emily, Jonathan's young daughter, who had witnessed the crime and was so traumatized that even hospitalization could not quiet her terror.

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