The Keys of My Prison (1956) by Frances Shelley Wees

Book cover of The Keys of My Prison by Frances Shelley Wees (1956)

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So a man can have a wife for fifteen years and forget her?”

After Rafe Jonason’s terrible car accident, all his wife Julie can do is sit by his bedside, waiting for him to wake up. One day her prayers are answered. Rafe sits up, looks into her eyes, and asks, “Who the hell are you?”

Her kind, considerate husband seems to be gone forever. In his place is a hostile stranger. Be patient, everyone says. He’ll remember in time. Julie’s not so sure. She’s starting to wonder if this man really is Rafe at all—or if she ever truly knew her husband in the first place.

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