3 edition of A Woman Called Scylia found in the catalog.
A Woman Called Scylia
1982 by Seal Books .
Written in English
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The woman later awoke from a coma, her doctor told her the story, and proceeded to take care of her for a few chapters, but she later finds out that she's not in a real hospital, but rather has been captured and her "doctor" was assigned to kill her (but he didn't).
What is the title of the book about a woman who drowns herself? She lives with her rich husband and they own a summer has 2 children and even has a young in the end she drowns herself.
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