Need by Lawrence David
A Novel

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Happily married psychiatrist Pam Thompson finds her comfortable life with her graphic artist husband, Dennis, beginning to unravel when she takes on Joan Dwyer, an attractive, forty-something woman abandoned by her husband, as a patient. 25,000 first printing.
 

About Lawrence David

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Brian Wilcox makes his picture-book debut with Full Moon. Lawrence David is the author of three other picture books.
 
Published January 1, 1993 by 1993. 363 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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But by the end of the decade, a full-fledged tax revolt had gotten under way, led by the overwhelming passage in 1978 of Proposition 13 in California, which cut property taxes sharply, and the growing Congressional support for the Kemp-Roth tax bill, which proposed cutting federal income taxes by...

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The Guardian

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And perhaps it is not that she created Kevin, but that Kevin created her.

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Publishers Weekly

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As Joan and Dennis begin a predictably tortured affair, neither is aware of the dangerous connection they share--that Dennis's wife, Pam Thompson, is Joan's psychiatrist.

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BC Books

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In Paul David Tripp’s book Instruments in the Redeemer’s Hands, Tripp explains that we all pour into each other on an everyday basis, and therefore we are all made to help each other through biblical love and fellowship.

Sep 26 2011 | Read Full Review of Need : A Novel

Patheos

Before I deliver my verdict — if you care to read it — let me begin with three disclosures: First, not only have I never read a marriage book in my life, Nancy and I did not attend pre-marital counseling, we’ve never been to marriage counseling since marriage, and we’ve never even attended a marr...

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London School of Economics

In Them and Us: Changing Britain – Why We Need a Fairer Society it’s back to business, and back to what Hutton does best: Britain is in ruin and only one man can save it.

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PolicyMic

Heck, I do recommend it whenever inquiring eyes as “What is that anyway?” After a year of using my Kindle Fire I have encountered no problems and I don’t have any reason anyone would with the Kindle Fire HD either.

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The United Methodist Reporter

Dr. Brueggemann notes, “I linger so long over loss because I propose that prophetic preaching in our time and place fundamentally faces the reality of loss among us that dominant imagination could never, in its wildest imagination, imagine.

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