Sleeping with the enemy

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Simon and Schuster, 1987 - Fiction - 332 pages
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A young woman stages her own death and flees from her abusive husband to a small Midwestern town where she discovers love and happiness, until her vengeful husband uncovers her secret

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User Review  - Sweet_Bee - LibraryThing

After seeing the movie years ago, I stumbled on a copy of the book on a Sale Table and decided to see if the novel measured up. Despite knowing how the book was treated cinematically, I was still ... Read full review

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User Review  - jezmynne - LibraryThing

not very good - blew thru it in a handful of hours. the plot takes a very long time to progress, and the ending is a big cop out/let down. when i finished, i didnt feel as though the book was finished... not well done at all. this is one rare case where the movie is better than the book. Read full review


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