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Diane Chamberlain
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Harpercollins; 1st edition (March 1, 1997)
327 pages
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A novel by. Diane Chamberlain.

A novel by. No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopy, recording or any information storage and retrieval system without permission in writing from the author. I've chosen not to update or change this 1997 novel, which is why my characters have limited use of cell phones and very expensive computers! I hope you enjoy the story. Diane Chamberlain, 2010. 1–. The cloud was back.

The Escape Artist book. The best book by Diane Chamberlain the I have ever read. I couldn't put it down

The Escape Artist book. I couldn't put it down. Susanna found out that she was pregnant and went home to tell her husband, and found her husband in their bed with another woman.

Escape Artist Audiobook Written By Diane Chamberlain. Equal parts family drama, love story, and thriller, The Escape Artist is the poignant story of a mother's unbreakable bond with her child and the resiliency of a love that transcends distance and time. Contact me: inforeq17l.

Susanna had a long history of running away. Even as a child, she'd escape to the little room above his family's garage.

The escape artist, . Susanna had a long history of running away. He knew that was her hiding place and he'd find her there, give her a little lecture about not running away from her problems, and take her home. This time was different, though.

Peggy asked her brother. She was talking to Ron from the phone in her Legal Aid office. The works, Ron said. Except hold the raw onions. I still have some patients to see today. I’ll be over in a little while. She hung up the phone and picked up the one remaining chart on her desk before walking down the hall toward the waiting room

Heart-wrenching and compassionate, bestselling author Diane Chamberlain's The Escape Artist is a moving tale of the sacrifices a mother will make for her child.

Heart-wrenching and compassionate, bestselling author Diane Chamberlain's The Escape Artist is a moving tale of the sacrifices a mother will make for her child.

I am a new fan of Diane Chamberlain, I have read a few of her books and have throughly enjoyed them. The Escape Artist kept me interested thought the I tire book, you fall with the eharactors and I dint know which way the book would end until the last chapter. A well written book, I would recommend her books for sure, Enjoy.

The author of the critically acclaimed Brass Ring and Keeper of the Light once again delivers an absorbing and emotionally charged page-turner. About to lose custody of her young son, Susanna Miller takes the child and runs away, establishing a new life in Annapolis, Maryland.

Diane Chamberlain is the Sunday Times bestselling author of The Silent Sister and The Midwife's . If you are a fan of Jodi Picoult or Susan Lewis, The Escape Artist is equal parts family drama, love story and thriller.

Diane Chamberlain is the Sunday Times bestselling author of The Silent Sister and The Midwife's Confession. Susanna Miller loses custody of her eleven-month-old son, Tyler, but rather than turning the little boy over to her ex-husband and his new wife, she goes on the run. She dyes her hair, changes her name and escapes from Boulder, Colorado, leaving behind everyone she knows including Linc Sebastian, the man who has been her best friend since childhood and who knows her better than anyone.

About to lose custody of her infant son to her attorney exhusband and his new lawyer wife, Susanna Miller takes the child and runs away, seeking a new life in Annapolis, Maryland, only to be confronted with a complex mystery and haunted by the dark past that could jeopardize her future
  • VizoRRR
I usually love Dianne Chamberlain books. Necessary Lies was one of my favorite books ever. But The Escape Artist fell very, very
Short. First - many characters were simply dislikable. Others seemed oblivious and sometimes down right stupid. I understand the story takes place in 1997, but I felt that the whole establishment of a false ID was glossed over and over simplified. The big mystery of the file felt odd and poorly constructed- particularly looking back once you know the identity of the bomber. Finally, the ending is horrible. It felt like she hit her deadline, and rather than the 2 or 3 chapters the story needed to wrap up well, she wrote a paragraph and called it good. I usually finish her books a bit sad that my time with the characters is over. This time, I was glad to see them go.
  • Doomblade
Let me say at the beginning that this book is a page-turner, so I'm not going to give it a bad review. But I do have an issue with the basic premise of the story.

A young mother, Susanna, runs away with her infant son (named Tyler) when custody is awarded to her ex-husband. Susanna had been at a disadvantage in court because her ex-husband was an attorney and had money. He successfully argued that he and his new wife could give Tyler a better home because they were financially, as well as emotionally, more stable than the child's mother. It's impossible not to be sympathetic with Susanna. She sacrificed her own education to put her husband through law school, and one day when she excitedly hurried home to tell him she was pregnant, she found him in bed with another woman.

My problem with the premise of the story is, it seems the author doesn't even question the mother's decision to run away with her child. I agree the judge's ruling was unjust and heartbreaking for Susanna. She loved Tyler while her ex-husband was indifferent. He only fought for custody because his new wife couldn't have children and wanted to raise Tyler. However, what quality of life could Susanne provide for her son by running away with him? It's not as if she was protecting Tyler from an abusive father. Indifferent, yes, but not abusive. And in fact, the stepmother did truly love the child. Also, Susanna was awarded visitation rights, so she would still be in Tyler's life. So, while I am sympathetic with Susanna, I cannot buy the premise that her motive was unselfish. She was thinking of her own feelings, not what was in her child's best interest.

Having gotten that off my chest, I will reiterate that this book is a page-turner. It's got some interesting characters and has some suspense. I give it four stars.
  • Agalas
I loved this book, extremely interesting to me. Won't get into details, many have done that some time ago. I have questions!
POSS SPOILER ALERT ~~ it seemed ar the end, there were unanswered questions, for me anyway, such as how was Adam supposed to do w/o Kim, esp when his sister, he was so close to, just died in such dramatic circumstances? She was nuttier than a fruitcake, but that wasn't really made clear at all til the end. He had so recently been deeply depressed over losing his fam in a terrible accident. Did they somehow stay in contact? What happened to the cat and kittens? Did Susanne and Linc get married? There were a couple more things, but now I can't rem them! It did seem the whole story came to an abrupt ending, like Diane was in a rush to get it over, that's how it struck me. I give this 4 stars because of the frustration I feel.
  • Nekora
When Susanna Miller loses custody of her 11-month old son Tyler to her ex-husband Jim and his new wife Peggy, she is afraid that her life is over.

From the moment she first discovered that Jim was cheating on her with Peggy, right after she discovered she was pregnant, she has been in free fall, descending into the darkness that will soon become her life.

Her best friend Linc Sebastian, who lived next door to her in childhood and has now become her lover and her support system, believes that they can somehow make it anyway.

But what Susanna does next will change all of their lives.

She has planned ahead, and the morning of the day she was supposed to turn over Tyler, she is on the run, with a new identity, some cash, and a plan. Her journey takes her across country from Boulder, Colorado, to Annapolis, Maryland, where she slowly begins anew as Kimberly Stratton.

The Escape Artist was a riveting story that had a few implausible twists and turns, but I couldn't stop reading it. Soon I was immersed with Kimberly in her new life with her new friends, like an artist named Adam Soria and his sister Jessie. And in her cute apartment in an old Victorian, she finds support from her new landlady Ellen and her neighbor Lucy.

But the secrets she must hide keep her from truly connecting, and then she makes a dark discovery that seems to threaten the new life and bring everything to a screeching halt.

What is the meaning of the strange file Kim has found on the used computer she bought? What happened the night someone broke into her apartment, making her feel totally unsafe again?

In the end, everything fell into place pretty neatly, and while I was happy with the conclusions, it all felt a little bit unlikely. Still an enjoyable read for fans of Chamberlain and for all those who can relate to family/custody situations. 4.0 stars.