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SOMEONE ELSE'S SHOES
by JoJo Moyes

Characters By Chapter
EDITOR:
Christina Hale
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CH FIRST NAME LAST NAME DESCRIPTION
1SamKempProtagonist.
 Phil Sam's wife.
 Nancy Phil's mother.
 CatKempSam's daughter.
 Nina Cat's friend.
 Ems Sam's friend.
 Ted The man from Print and Transport.
 Joel Ted's colleague.
 SimonStockwellSam's boss.
 Genevieve Sam's workmate.
 Michael FramptonSam's client.
2NishaCantorThe owner of the shoes Sam mistakenly took. AKA: Anita.
 CarlCantorNisha's husband.
 Magda Nisha's maid.
3JohnEdgmontOne of Sam's clients.
 AriPeretzCarl's security.
 MiriamPriceThe woman who wanted to hire Sam.
4CharlotteWillisCarl's secretary and mistress.
 Frederik The hotel manager.
5Marina Sam's colleague.
6Olivia Nisha's friend.
 Karin Nisha's friend.
 AngelineMercerNisha's family friend.
 James Carl's friend.
 Juliana Nisha's close friend.
 Laney Magda's daughter.
 RayCantorNisha and Carl's son.
7Andrea Sam's close friend.
8LeonieWhitmanNisha's friend.
 Maria Leonie's staff.
 SaulLowensteinA New York divorce lawyer.
9Kevin Sam's dog.
10Jasmine Nisha's new employer.
 Sandra The woman in charge of Rotas.
 Gilberto A hotel cleaner.
 Nigel Jasmine's co-worker.
 Aleks A chef.
11MarkFisherOne of Simon's clients.
12Dr.KovitzPhil's doctor.
13Sanjay Jasmine's friend.
14Viktor Jasmine's co-worker.
15Merryn Sam's mother.
 Tom Sam's father.
 FranklinYoungSimon's colleague.
16Grace Jasmine's daughter.
20Colleen Cat's friend.
 Sid The boxing trainer.
22Milo The store security guy.
 Minette Jasmine's co-worker.
23Ivan Miriam's colleague.
27LizFrobisherThe woman who bought Nisha's shoes.
 DarrenFrobisherLiz's husband.
28Mr.SinghAndrea's doctor.
30Michelle The receptionist.
32Emily Ray's friend.
 Sasha Ray's friend.
37Alistair Carl's lawyer.
 
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Someone Else's Shoes suggested by Mary Ann Chandler
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