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Penguin Group USA, Feb 27, 1998 - Fiction - 463 pages
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A beautiful photographer is driving home one night when a car swerves past her and kills two pedestrians. Although she escapes the accident without harm, she has trouble shaking off the after effects...and comes to unsettling crossroads in her life. Soon she marries a local hockey star whose raucous lifestyle leads to a divorce. Then a scheming local cop, who has pursued her since the accident, takes advantage of her, and she marries again...and fails into a near-fatal mistake!

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User Review  - Daryl - Goodreads

i loved this book... its not your standard love story but it is. the characters are real, the plot is involving. bottom-line ... i loved it Read full review

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My Original Post Warning: SPOILERS! Survivor Tabitha King Pub. February 1, 1998 First and foremost, I have to say that from the very first time I read this book [on a pane from St. Louis to Ontario CA ... Read full review


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Tabitha King, the wife of the widely successful horror novelist Stephen King, is an author in her own right. Her novels range from romantic to science fiction horror thrillers. Although both Kings set their stories in their home state of Maine, their writing styles are very different. King's novel, One on One, published in 1984, revolves around a high school romance between the town's hero and star athlete, Sam Reuben, and the town pariah. King wrote The Book of Reuben, the prequel to One on One and Pearl, another book on the earlier days of the Reuben family, in 1995. Titles of her other novels include The Trap, Survivor, Caretakers, and Small World. The latter is the story of a nerdy genius who invents a device that can shrink people to a height of six inches.

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