Strange Fits Of Passion

Psychological Fiction

Author: Anita Shreve

A young and successful journalist working in New York, Maureen English appears to have the perfect life. But Maureen’s husband is violent and abusive, and Maureen takes her baby daughter and flees…..Read More

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