Too Close for Comfort

Too Close for Comfort

by Ellen Feldman

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Publishers Weekly - Publisher's Weekly
Menaced by strange telephone calls, a psychiatrist's wife must convince her spouse that the threats are not in her imagination. (July)
Library Journal
When Isobel married Pete, she knew that his in-home psychiatritic office was off-limits to her. Staying out of the kitchen during office hours proves difficult, however, even though she must cross the waiting room to get there. When Isobel starts getting strange phone calls and threatening letters, she and Pete blame each other, and their marriage starts to suffer. Trying to discover who is stalking her, Isobel must also convince Pete that the danger is real and not just her paranoia. As the tension mounts in the marriage it also mounts in the story, and the reader turns the pages more and more quickly. Feldman (Looking for Love, Delacorte, 1991) has captured the mind of the stalker and the stalked. A highly recommended novel of intrigue and suspense.-Kathy Ingels Helmond, formerly with Indiana Univ.- Purdue Univ. at Indianapolis Lib.

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