First published in 1988, False Pretenses was not only Catherine Coulter's first foray into contemporary suspense, but it was also her first hardcover. Now, beautifully repackaged for her ever-growing legion of fans, False Pretenses will once again electrify readers. It is the explosive story of how one woman must survive the destruction of her perfect life--and the intentions of three mysterious men...
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Thanks to the testimony of a mysterious stranger, concert pianist Elizabeth Carleton is found not guilty of the ice pick murder of her elderly megamillionaire husband, Timothy. Subsequently, Elizabeth ... Read full review
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