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Indiscretion by Charles Dubow

untitled$25.99, 400 pages, Psychological Suspense Fiction

A tale of temptation and its power to challenge a strong marriage.

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Just when Harry had it all with his lovely wife, family, career and opportunities…along comes Claire.  Initially a friend of the family, the friendship between Claire and Henry becomes so much more.  And, the result is at the crux of this story from first-time author, Charles Dubow.

This book surprised me and I really enjoyed the suspenseful nature.  What I thought was going to be a steamy romance based on the initial description turned into a story that really challenges what is  important in life.

Appeal Factors: Issue-Oriented, Steamy, Suspenseful

According to Novelist, read-alikes for this book include:  Andorra by Peter Cameron, Falling Man by Don DeLillo and The Weight of Water by Anita Shreve (accessed May 4, 2013).

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I saw a review of this book in a popular entertainment weekly magazine.  The plot sounded fascinating and the review was quite favorable.

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