Talk before sleep

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Thorndike Press, 1994 - Fiction - 257 pages
A moving and beautifully written "New York Times" bestseller, "Talk Before Sleep" explores life, death, and how the friendship of women impacts upon both. "As wickedly funny as it is sob-making sad".--"Minneapolis Star-Tribune".

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Ann is processing the impending death of her friend Ruth's death from breast cancer. A small and mighty circle of woman friends helps Ruth work through the stages associated with the grief of dying ... Read full review

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I was disappointed in this book. It was very redundant and just overly long. It was pretty difficult to even like Ruth, the terminal patient. Ann, the faithful friend, was rather unbelievable and her ... Read full review

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