The Day I Went Missing: A True Storyby Jennifer Miller
Emmy-noininated writer Miller was betrayed, and bilked by the most insidious character possible: her therapist. She had everything going for her, including money and professional acclaim. But she also had an
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The shocking, true story of a successful and savvy young woman who was scammed in an elaborate con by a man she had grown to trust absolutelyher own therapist.
Emmy-noininated writer Miller was betrayed, and bilked by the most insidious character possible: her therapist. She had everything going for her, including money and professional acclaim. But she also had an underlying depression that haunted her daily. Friends suggested therapy, but Jennifer, the daughter of a shrink, was convinced that she was beyond help. Then she met Dr. David Cohen, and discovered something worse than depression. This mesmerizing story resolves itself with Miller in control of her life, but not before she succumbs to despair. The power of this memoir is its novel-like readability and its awful personal revelation of betrayal.
About the Author:
Jennifer Miller, a longtime television writer, was nominated for an Emmy for "Roseanne." The Day I Went Missing is her first published work. She lives in Southern California.
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The Day I Went MissingA True Story
By Jennifer Miller
St. Martin's PressCopyright © 2002 Jennifer Miller
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Tuesday, January 28, 1997
It was around five in the afternoon. I'd been in Beverly Hills meeting with my literary agent and was driving north up Coldwater Canyon toward the valley and home. I called my phone machine to check my messages. There was just one.
It was from the private detective. He wanted me to call him.
I quickly dialed his number. "Mr. Hanks, it's Jennifer Miller."
"I found David," he answered abruptly. "He's dead."
I pulled over to the side of the road. I was numb, shaking, yet it was not totally a shock. After all, wasn't it my fault?
The detective continued, "They're investigating it as a homicide."
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Meet the Author
Jennifer Miller is a longtime television writer. She was nominated for an Emmy for Roseanne, for which she wrote under her pen name, Jennifer Heath. Miller is also a stand-up comedian, actress, and painter. The Day I Went Missing is her first published work. She lives in Southern California.
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