Night Woman by Nancy Price

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When her new lover expresses overly keen interest in the life story of her late husband, a mentally unstable author whose books she actually wrote, Mary Eliot decides to make the would-be biographer pay dearly.
 

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Published June 1, 1992 by Atria. 320 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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He's also a monster, aglow with his literary success but absolutely insecure about his ``talent.'' During a trip abroad, Randal has another breakdown, pins a paper flower to the back of his hand, and is again hospitalized by Mary, who sits down in a London apartment to write his new novel.

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Well written and engaging, Price's ( Sleeping with the Enemy ) new romantic suspense novel posits an intriguing situation. Mary, the outwardly mousy wife of prizewinning author Randal Eliot--a raging,

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Mary, the outwardly mousy wife of prizewinning author Randal Eliot--a raging, pulsing depressive who claims to write in a trance--frequently packs off her spouse to mental wards.

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