Killing Me Softly, a novel by Nicci French
Blurb: Alice Loudon has a wonderful boyfriend, Jake; a nice apartment in London; good friends; and a satisfying job as a research manager in a pharmaceutical company. On her way to work one morning, she locks eyes with a handsome man dressed in black, and cannot get him out of her mind. Later that day, she finds him waiting for her and she plunges into an affair of such intensity that she leaves Jake, neglects her friends and her health and even puts herself in great danger.
This psychological thriller was adapted to film in 2002.
It starred Heather Graham and Joseph Fiennes.
Personally, I've never read the book or seen the movie. Have You?
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I've always been interested in this one, I just haven't gotten around to it yet. I'll have to add it back to the reading list!ReplyDelete
I've never read the book or seen the movie, either, Cathrina, but I can understand the instant attraction and the foolishness that could result from it. It sounds like a must ... if only to warn about the consequences.ReplyDelete
Haven't read or seen it either.ReplyDelete
I haven't seen the movie either but if it's ever on Netflix I'll probably watch it.ReplyDelete
I've never heard of it, but it sounds wonderful.ReplyDelete
Havent heard nor seen, but you make it look interesting !ReplyDelete
Coincidentally, Killing Me Softly was on satellite yesterday! It was listed as a thriller, but I have to say it moved so slowly that I lost interest and clicked away... I'm pretty impatient. ;)ReplyDelete
Haven't seen or read - but i remember the song...does that count?ReplyDelete
I haven't even heard of it before! I'm surprised too because I loved Joseph Fiennes in Shakespeare in Love so this should have been on my radar.ReplyDelete
The only thing I've heard of "Killing me Softly" is the song...which has nothing to do with the book or the movie o_0ReplyDelete
I'm with S.K... only heard the song. Not familiar with the book or movie.ReplyDelete
Count me among the naysayers. Never heard of this one... book or movie. Yes, to the song, but it doesn't count!ReplyDelete
Hahaa...I guess this book and movie didn't make a big impression on anyone!!ReplyDelete
I remember this catching my eye once, but I haven't read it yet.ReplyDelete