The Boyfriend From Hell

The Boyfriend From Hell

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Baker & Taylor
Freelance writer Veronica McBride becomes increasingly perplexed about her new boyfriend, becoming fearful of his dual nature, which is by turns loving and supportive or non-committal and manipulative.

McMillan Palgrave
Avery Corman blends the spirit of "Sex and the City" with the terror of "Rosemary's Baby" in this romantic psychological thriller. A highly praised observer of contemporary life and author of Kramer vs. Kramer and A Perfect Divorce, Corman zeroes in on single life, modern stress, and religious faith in The Boyfriend From Hell.
Veronica Delaney, single, in her twenties, a freelance writer, while working on an article becomes involved with a dazzling, charismatic man, and she is turned inside out. With his unique storytelling gifts, Avery Corman creates a wonderful, identifiable female character whose circumstance parallels that of so many women... and then it begins to turn. Is this boyfriend a typically uncommitted male or is he hiding something? Is he wonderfully supportive or is he excessively manipulative? Is he dramatically high-maintenance or is he inherently evil? From this insightful novelist, here is a spellbinding tale that is true-to-life, deeply involving, and ultimately, terrifying.


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Avery Corman blends the spirit of “Sex and the City” with the terror of “Rosemary’s Baby” in this romantic psychological thriller. A highly praised observer of contemporary life and author of Kramer vs. Kramer and A Perfect Divorce, Corman zeroes in on single life, modern stress, and religious faith in The Boyfriend From Hell.
Veronica Delaney, single, in her twenties, a freelance writer, while working on an article becomes involved with a dazzling, charismatic man, and she is turned inside out. With his unique storytelling gifts, Avery Corman creates a wonderful, identifiable female character whose circumstance parallels that of so many women... and then it begins to turn. Is this boyfriend a typically uncommitted male or is he hiding something? Is he wonderfully supportive or is he excessively manipulative? Is he dramatically high-maintenance or is he inherently evil? From this insightful novelist, here is a spellbinding tale that is true-to-life, deeply involving, and ultimately, terrifying.


Baker
& Taylor

Her life turned inside out by a new relationship with a dazzling, charismatic man, freelance writer Veronica McBride becomes increasingly perplexed and then fearful of his dual nature, which is by turns loving and supportive or non-committal and manipulative. By the author of Kramer vs. Kramer. 25,000 first printing.

Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, 2006
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780312349790
0312349793
Branch Call Number: FIC COR
Characteristics: 249 p. ;,25 cm.

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