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0316969444 03 02 0316969443 03 9780316969444 15 9780316969444 14 09780316969444 01 BB <b202>01</b202> <b203>Suzanne's Diary for Nicholas</b203> 15 9780316969444 A01 James Patterson Patterson, James James Patterson 01 eng 272 FIC000000 01 01 James Patterson has written a love story! -a powerfully moving and suspenseful novel about families, loss, new love, and hope. Katie Wilkinson has found her perfect man at last. He's a writer, a house painter, an original thinker-everything she's imagined she wanted in a partner. But one day, without explanation, he disappears from her life, leaving behind only a diary for her to read. This diary is a love letter written by a new mother named Suzanne for her baby son, Nicholas. In it she pours out her heart about how she and the boy's father met, about her hopes for marriage and family, and about the unparalleled joy that having a baby has brought into her life. As Katie reads this touching document, it becomes clear that the lover who has just left her is the husband and father in this young family. She reads on, filled with terror and hope, as she struggles to understand what has happened-and whether her new love has a prayer of surviving. Written with James Patterson's perfect pitch for emotion and suspense, Suzanne's Diary for Nicholas captures beautifully the joys of a new family even as it builds to an overwhelmingly moving climax. This is an unforgettable love story, at once heartbreaking and full of hope.]]


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Mothers and sons -- Fiction.
Loss (Psychology) -- Fiction.
Infants -- Fiction.