Always Six O'Clock by Phoef Sutton

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Lost in a fog of loneliness, a thirtysomething writer is jarred from his routine existence when a woman from his past offers him a second chance at true love, in this haunting and humorous novel of romantic suspense by an award-winning film and television writer.

About Phoef Sutton

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Sutton is a playwright and screenwriter. He also lives in Maine.
Published January 1, 1998 by Bantam Doubleday Dell. 431 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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But when Carl’s ex-wife Amanda puts Jesse under hypnosis, bits and pieces of returned memory point to either Martin or Wes (or both) assaulting her.

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Successful TV sitcom writer Carl Rooney, the hero of this light first novel of comic suspense, has been stranded by his unsatisfying single life in the home where he grew up in the L.A.

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