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lynnielynn26
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On their honeymoon the groom, a professional basketball player, fakes his death.

I read this book within the last year.  The bride, a model turned clothing designer, does not know who she can trust (not even her husband's best friend) as she mourns the loss of her husband.  She embarks on trying to determine the details surrounding her husband's "death".  Eventually her husband shows back up in life with a new look and a new name, still playing basktball. She doesn't want to get close to anyone but can't help but notice the similarities this stranger has to her husband.

Not remembering the title is driving me nuts! Any help?

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TessaD
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Re: On their honeymoon the groom, a professional basketball player, fakes his death.

Play Dead by Harlan Coben

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Re: On their honeymoon the groom, a professional basketball player, fakes his death.

That's it!  I knew it had to be Harlan Coben (with all the basketball references) I just couldn't figure it out in my head.  Thanks!