Behind Closed Doors

@RubyHawk (29196)
Atlanta, Georgia
May 3, 2017 8:03pm CST
How many of you have read Behind Closed Doors by B.A. Paris? I could hardly put the book down once I started reading.I won't spoil it for you in case you haven't yet read it but it's about a woman being held prisoner in her home by a sociopath husband. It's an involved story and it rings true. Her situation makes you think about what you would do if you were in the same situation. It's an alarming book but it had an ending that was perfect. I recommend it to anyone who enjoys a good book. What are you reading?
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• United States
4 May 17
As I say, I don't read anymore, but I love to hear about the books you are reading. And who knows one day I may get to reading again. Sounds a very good book..very good, something I would love.
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@RubyHawk (29196)
• Atlanta, Georgia
4 May 17
I hope you will read again. It's my favorite pass time.
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• United States
4 May 17
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@RubyHawk (29196)
• Atlanta, Georgia
5 May 17
@TiarasOceanView Reading is not everyone's cup of tea. I have a sister who never reads a book.
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@Kandae11 (40370)
4 May 17
I was in a similar situation - but I wasn't a prisoner and I don't know if my husband was a sociopath. But it is true - no one knows what goes on behind closed doors. My discussion published some months ago has that same title.
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@RubyHawk (29196)
• Atlanta, Georgia
4 May 17
Really, I wonder if I read it. I would like to read about your own experience.
@Courtlynn (55163)
• United States
4 May 17
Sounds very abusive. But maybe good
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@RubyHawk (29196)
• Atlanta, Georgia
4 May 17
It is good reading, right up my alley.
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@Courtlynn (55163)
• United States
4 May 17
@RubyHawk may have to look into it
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@RubyHawk (29196)
• Atlanta, Georgia
5 May 17
@Courtlynn I think you would love it.
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@Hatley (164485)
• Garden Grove, California
4 May 17
I started reading it and got stooped by my own life and when I got out of the hospital it had been takem bac k tothe library so wou ld love to fiish it i ts well written too
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@RubyHawk (29196)
• Atlanta, Georgia
4 May 17
It is well written and it's good reading. I loved the perfect ending. Sometimes a book is good reading until you get to the ending and it's all wrong.
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• Ponce De Leon, Florida
4 May 17
I have heard of it, but have never read it. I'll see if it's available on Scribd and use one of my open slots to download it.
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@RubyHawk (29196)
• Atlanta, Georgia
4 May 17
I don't think you will be disappointed.
• Banks, Oregon
4 May 17
Oh wow, i have seen movies like this but never read a book, it is a true story? sounds like a good read.
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@RubyHawk (29196)
• Atlanta, Georgia
5 May 17
It isn't a true book but the same thing has happened many times over.
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• Banks, Oregon
5 May 17
@RubyHawk So awful what people do it is a sick world
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@RubyHawk (29196)
• Atlanta, Georgia
6 May 17
@chrissbergstrom some people are complete jerks
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@rebelann (42786)
• El Paso, Texas
4 May 17
I used to love to read but as I aged I had a hard time reading books, the print was always so doggone teeny. But, I do remember that last book, it was by Jean Auel.
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@RubyHawk (29196)
• Atlanta, Georgia
5 May 17
I don't believe I've read Jean Auel. I'll have to look for her books in the library. Have you tried large print books.
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@rebelann (42786)
• El Paso, Texas
5 May 17
Well, with the internet I no longer need to find books @RubyHawk
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@RubyHawk (29196)
• Atlanta, Georgia
6 May 17
@rebelann I like books much more than the internet. But finding time to read can be a problem.
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@dramagirl26 (3334)
• Ringgold, Virginia
4 May 17
Currently, I'm reading Behind Her Eyes by Sarah Pinborough
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@RubyHawk (29196)
• Atlanta, Georgia
5 May 17
I know I have read that book it sounds too familiar but I can't remember it.
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• Ringgold, Virginia
6 May 17
@RubyHawk It's a suspense novel about a receptionist who has an affair with her boss, then becomes friends with his wife. As the woman continues the affair with the husband and the friendship with the wife, she starts to learn startling details about their marriage.
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@RubyHawk (29196)
• Atlanta, Georgia
7 May 17
@dramagirl26 It sounds familiar but I saw a movie with the same plot awhile back. That might be what I'm thinking of.
@TRBRocks420 (82502)
• Banks, Oregon
4 May 17
I never read it, but sounds like TV shows on ID.
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@RubyHawk (29196)
• Atlanta, Georgia
5 May 17
I haven't seen anything like it on tv but I don't watch a lot of tv. I wish they would have it on tv. But if it was I probably wouldn't find it.
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@TRBRocks420 (82502)
• Banks, Oregon
5 May 17
@RubyHawk They have true crime stories on there all the time, it's a satellite channel.
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@RubyHawk (29196)
• Atlanta, Georgia
5 May 17
@TRBRocks420 I do sometimes see a channel with horror stories and others with true crime stories.
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@andriaperry (58502)
• United States
4 May 17
Bow down humans by James Patterson. I will read this one, I need a new author.
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@RubyHawk (29196)
• Atlanta, Georgia
5 May 17
I have a couple of Pattersos books waiting for me. He's always good.
@shivamani10 (11188)
• Hyderabad, India
4 May 17
Looks very abusive.
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@RubyHawk (29196)
• Atlanta, Georgia
5 May 17
It was abusive but he didn't beat her. It was much worse.
@patgalca (14601)
• Orangeville, Ontario
4 May 17
The title sounds familiar. I will put it on my Goodreads shelf and hope it comes up in a giveaway. I've been spending more time reading lately (hence my absence here). I won a Harlequin book a while back called "Once A Cowboy" by Linda Lael Miller. I enjoyed it and it turned out to be the first book in a series of 3 and then 4. I gave it to my daughter to read and then bought her book two for Christmas. So now I am reading book two (Always a Cowboy). I am not a big Harlequin fan, nor do I care for cowboy stories, but there is really nothing wrong with them. I like a good romance once in awhile.
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@RubyHawk (29196)
• Atlanta, Georgia
5 May 17
I'm not a fan of Harlequin or Cowboys but sometimes a good book comes through from strange places.
@JudyEv (134807)
• Bunbury, Australia
4 May 17
It certainly sounds an engaging book.
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@RubyHawk (29196)
• Atlanta, Georgia
4 May 17
It really is. The best one I've read in awhile.
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