There was no earthly reason why Vivien Simpson and Edward Davis should ever have met. But when two unidentified bodies are discovered amid the wreckage of a plane disaster, their separate lives collide and they find themselves thrown together by a passion far beyond their comprehension.
There was no earthly reason why Vivien Simpson - an ordinary wife and mother - and Edward Davis - an ambitious, overworked congressional aide - should ever have met. But when two unidentified bodies are discovered amid the wreckage of one of the worst plane disasters in Washington s history, their separate lives collide and are overturned. Sharing the burden of a terrible secret, and with their marriages shattered, Vivien and Edward find themselves thrown together by a passion far beyond their comprehension. A passion that forever binds their restless, random hearts.
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About Warren Adler
Warren Adler has published twenty three books, including fifteen mainstream novels, five mysteries featuring the Washington detective Fiona FitzGerald and two volumes of short stories. His latest book of short stories, "Jackson Hole - Uneasy Eden", will be published in June, 1997. His books have been translated into more than thirty languages and he has sold eight books to the movies, one of which "The War of the Roses", has become a world-wide classic.
Random Hearts by Warren Adler
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