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Dutton, 1992 - Fiction - 296 pages
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A mesmerizing tale of love and betrayal, murder and miracles, from the acclaimed author of A Reasonable Madness. At the Drummond Rehabilitation Center in upstate New York, Lana regains consciousness after 20 years in a catatonic trance. As her startled doctors ponder the miracle of her recovery, the man convicted of her attempted murder escapes from prison and makes his way toward her.

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User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Twenty years after a plunge from an upstate cliff near Woodstock, 40-ish Lana Paluka emerges from a catatonic state to deny that Ethan Skitt—the sullen boyfriend convicted of attempted murder—could ... Read full review


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Who pushed Lana Paluka off a 200-foot cliff, and how did she manage to survive? Emerging from a 20-year catatonic state, will she be endangered by what she knows? Jack Wells, reporter for the ... Read full review


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