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HarperPaperbacks, 1992 - Radiation - 390 pages
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From the author of Belladonna and Prodigy. Grace Holmwood sees things: bright lights, the image of her dead twin, even the Virgin Mary. But when Grace becomes pregnant while still a virgin, the prospect of an immaculate conception unearths a secret long buried in the village--a secret well known to Dr. Leonard Grigson, a specialist in the effects of radiation on the brain.

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When Grace Holmwood, a 17-year-old English schoolgirl, begins having visions--first of her dead twin Matthew, then of the Virgin Mary--she finds herself at the center of a great deal of unwanted ... Read full review


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Stewart received his Ph.D. from the London School of Economics and is currently a reporter with the BBC.

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