The Key to Susanna by Hilary Norman

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Susanna, a successful model and photographer's wife, lives a contented and fulfilling life, until a shadowy figure from her past resurfaces and threatens to blackmail her in an attempt to resurrect the despair, torment, abuse, and abandonment of her old life.

About Hilary Norman

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Published May 1, 1996 by Dutton Adult. 368 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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But wait: Before Pete and Susanna can sever their therapeutic relationship and become lovers, Susanna has yet has another horrible story to tell (this one about her crazed mother).

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Told mostly through flashbacks, and partly through the journals of Pete Strauss, the psychologist who finds himself in love with Susanna, the story writhes from New York to Cape Cod to Europe, chronicling Susanna's early years in a convent, her upbringing with a foster family and her courtship wi...

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