Man and Wife

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Macmillan, Jan 20, 2003 - Fiction - 304 pages
Cal Bradley's marriage is the stuff of romance. For fifteen year,, he has shared his life with Marie, a woman he passionately adores. In an idyllic corner of New England that has been home to his family for generations, Cal has become one of the most respected men in town: a father, churchgoer and a talented psychiatrist who runs a family clinic. Life is good.

Then one night, a nineteen-year-old boy named Peter Blue sets a local church on fire and is sent to Cal for treatment For the patient, it's a last chance at redemption. For Cal, it's a journey into fear, deception, and murder.

Because somehow Peter Blue's inner life is connected to Cal', reality...and to his wife's hidden past. And before Cal can hunt down the truth he is going to have to choose between everything he believes is right, and everything he loves.
 

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Contents

ONE
3
TWO
11
THREE
21
FOUR
37
FIVE
55
TWO
67
S I X
69
SEVEN
84
TWELVE
151
THIRTEEN
175
FOURTEEN
196
FOUR
203
FIFTEEN
205
SIXTEEN
212
SEVENTEEN
221
EIGHTEEN
236

EIGHT
94
NINE
105
TEN
115
ELEVEN
133
THREE
149
NINETEEN
246
TWENTY
269
FIVE
277
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About the author (2003)

Born in New York City, Andrew Klavan was a radio and newspaper journalist before turning to fiction full-time. Twice given the Edgar Award for mystery writing, he is the author of the bestselling novels True Crime, recently a film starring Clint Eastwood, and Don't Say A Word, a major motion picture from Twentieth Century Fox starring Michael Douglas. After living in London for many years, he has now settled in Santa Barbara, California with his wife Ellen, his daughter Faith and his son Spencer.

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