Killing Me Softly by Nicci French

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Now that you've read GONE GIRL...

Alice Loudon has it all: a devoted boyfriend, a marvelous circle of friends, a challenging job as a research scientist. Then one morning, on her way to work, she exchanges a lingering look with a devastatingly attractive man. Adam Tallis is the essence of every female fantasy--a daring mountain climber who has been hailed as a hero. As a lover, he is more passionate than Alice's wildest imaginings. Soon there isn't anything or anyone she wouldn't give up to stay by his side. Soon all she has is Adam, and life with this stranger will take her to new heights of madness...and fear.
 

About Nicci French

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NICCI FRENCH is the pseudonym for the internationally bestselling writing partnership of suspense writers Nicci Gerrard and Sean French. They are married and live in Suffolk and London, England.
 
Published August 7, 2001 by Mysterious Press. 384 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure, Education & Reference, Romance, Horror, Crime. Fiction

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0-688-15818-8): The second installment in Furutani’s samurai trilogy (Death at the Crossroads, 1998) finds freelance warrior Matsuyama Kaze interrupting his search for his dead lord’s son to save merchant Hishigawa Satoyasu from murderous bandits—and then getting plenty of chances to regret the a...

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There had been indifferent sex, embarrassing sex, nasty sex, good sex, great sex.

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In lesser hands than those of Nicci French—pen name for the British husband-and-wife team of Nicci Gerrard and Sean French, who have previously collaborated on two bestsellers in the U.K.—the story of Alice and her increasingly dark suspicions about her mountain-climbing mystery man could easily ...

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Creative Loafing

In the brilliantly eerie poster art for the 1975 thriller The Stepford Wives, Katharine Ross' face lies on its side, shattered like a porcelain vase into flesh-colored shards.

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