Man, Woman, And Child by Erich SegalMan, Woman, And Child by Erich Segal

Man, Woman, And Child

byErich Segal

Mass Market Paperback | March 1, 1993

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From Eric Segal comes an unforgettable story of  love....the drama of a father and the son he never  knew... And a marriage that must stand the  greatest test of all. Man, Woman And  Child. Bob and Sheila Beckwith had everything:  rewarding careers, two wonderful daughters, and a perfect  marriage... almost perfect. for what Sheila  didn't know was that Bob has once been unfaithful-only  once, ten years ago during a business trip to  France. What Bob didn't know was that his brief affair  produced a son. Now a tragic accident-and one  fateful phone call-will change Bob and Sheila's life  forever...
Erich Segal (1937–2010) began his writing career with the phenomenally successful Love Story. He wrote eight other novels, including The Class, which was an international bestseller and won literary prizes in France and Italy. Doctors reached #1 on the New York Times bestseller list. Segal’s academic focus included Green and Latin lite...
Title:Man, Woman, And ChildFormat:Mass Market PaperbackDimensions:224 pages, 6.9 × 4.3 × 0.5 inPublished:March 1, 1993Publisher:Random House Publishing Group

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ISBN - 10:0553562355

ISBN - 13:9780553562354

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From Our Editors

Released in its first Bantam edition to tie in with his Acts of Faith, Segal's million-copy bestseller tells an unforgettable story of a great love . . . the story of a man and the son he never knew . . . and of a marriage that would stand the greatest test of all. "A jewel . . . just about perfect".-- Cleveland Plain Dealer. Previous publisher: Ballantine paperback

Editorial Reviews

"A Jewel... just  about perfect... the instant emotion love story  had."--The Cleveland Plain  Dealer.

"Memorable."--The Pittsburgh Press