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Alias the Enemy

Alias the Enemy (Paperback)

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After fleeing London and her failed marriage, the Channel Island of Guernsey had felt like an escape to paradise for vet Anna Weston. With a new post as junior partner in a St Peter Port veterinary practice, and a new love in Guernseyman, Detective Inspector Tim Le Page, Anna has never felt happier or more secure. Until she finds herself on the receiving end of a series of bizarre and terrifying threats. Anna cannot bear to believe that any of her new friends or colleagues may be responsible, and it is almost a relief when suspicion falls on her estranged husband, who has abandoned his home and business and left no forwarding address. But who sent Anna's husband an anonymous package of photographs showing Anna and Tim together? And why would they want to cause trouble for Anna? She and Tim are set to face further outrage before the final atrocity -- the impact of which will spread throughout the community.

Fiction & PoetryCrime & Thrillers Publisher: Pan Macmillan Publication Date: 20/12/2012 ISBN-13: 9781447239192  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
Availability: Printed to order. Despatched in 2-3 weeks.  

An only child, Eileen Dewhurst was self-sufficient and bookish from an early age, preferring solitude or one-to-one contacts to groups, and hating sport. Her first attempts at writing were not auspicious. At 14, a would-be family saga was aborted by an uncle discovering it and quoting from it choked with laughter. A second setback came a few years later at school, when a purple passage was returned with the words 'Cut this cackle!' written across it in red ink: a chastening lesson in how embellishments can weaken rather than strengthen one's message. Eileen read English at Oxford, and afterwards spent some unmemorable years in 'Admin' before breaking free and dividing her life in two: winters in London doing temporary jobs to earn money and experience, summers at home as a freelance journalist, spinning 'think pieces' for the Liverpool Daily Post and any other publications that would take them, and reporting on food and fashion for the long defunct Illustrated Liverpool News, as well as writing a few plays. Her first sustained piece of writing was a fantasy for children which was never published but secured an agent. Her Great Autobiographical Novel was never published either, although damned with faint praise and leading to an attempt at crime writing that worked: over the next thirty years she produced almost a book a year and also published some short stories in anthologies and Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine. Eileen has always written from an ironic stance, never allowing her favourite characters to take themselves too seriously: a banana skin is ever lurking.

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