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Ticknor & Fields, 1990 - Fiction - 248 pages
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No one knows when Lilly Duke, wife of a convicted killer, sought refuge in a cabin on Harmony Lake. At first, Lilly finds no friends except Clodine and Glaen Wheeler, but when her toddler's body is found in the lake, the town rushes to Lilly's aid. An unforgettable novel of passion, adultery, and their tragic results.

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Harmony is a compelling, well-crafted novel told in a series of disjointed flashbacks by Clodine Wheeler, forced by a series of deaths to examine her life. The reader learns early on that Clodine's ... Read full review


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Chehak has developed several dramatic series pilots for television and taught fiction writing at The University of Southern California and UCLA, Extension.

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