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Monday, March 1, 2021
A Story Of Kidnapping, Spousal Resentment And Betrayal: My Washington Times Review Of 'The Power Couple'
Washington Times published my review of Alex Berenson’s The Power Couple.
a mirror,” Alex Berenson writes in the prologue of his novel, “The Power
“Your spouse, the first person you see when you open your
eyes. The last person you touch as you slip into bed. The person who knows you
better than anyone else. Who shares your public joys and private sorrows. Who
beds you and you alone. Who makes children with you and builds those children
“How it’s meant to be, anyway. The deal you made. Both of
you. Call your spouse your best friend, if you must. Your partner. Really your
spouse is your reflection. That face, always there.
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