Rearview Mirror

Rearview Mirror

by Ellen Feldman
     
 

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Hallie Fields is a successful freelance magazine writer whose work and personal life are beginning to blur. Against her better judgement, she is getting involved with the charming, seductive Dexter St. John, the subject of her most recent profile. And her research for a story on the rich and successful author Emma Weill brings her dangerously close to a seemingly

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Hallie Fields is a successful freelance magazine writer whose work and personal life are beginning to blur. Against her better judgement, she is getting involved with the charming, seductive Dexter St. John, the subject of her most recent profile. And her research for a story on the rich and successful author Emma Weill brings her dangerously close to a seemingly perfect family--and shattering secrets that are about to ignite a deadly explosion of rage and chiling revenge. LG and Mystery Guild selection. HC: Delacorte.

Editorial Reviews

Publishers Weekly - Publisher's Weekly
A journalist lets her personal life get dangerously mixed up with those of her subjects. (Dec.)
Library Journal
New York City freelance writer Hallie Fields agrees to do an in-depth profile on popular YA author Emma Weill, who's also a childhood acquaintance. Emma seems to have it all: a booming career; a handsome, loving husband; and a son and daughter. But it soon becomes apparent that Emma's situation is far from perfect, and Hallie is eventually drawn into the deadly reality of Emma's marriage. Superimposed is the developing romance between Hallie and a subject of one of her earlier profiles, Dexter St. John, and the "truth" of her parents' marriage. Witty and perceptive, Feldman (Too Close for Comfort, LJ 6/15/94) has lots to say about destructive relationships. Her observations on fame and the freelance writing field also ring true. Recommended for most fiction collections.-Rebecca S. Kelm, Northern Kentucky Univ. Lib., Highland Heights

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780440215165
Publisher:
Random House Publishing Group
Publication date:
11/02/1996
Pages:
384
Product dimensions:
4.14(w) x 6.88(h) x 1.09(d)

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