Those Whom the Gods Love. Clare Layton

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HarperCollins Publishers Limited, Oct 1, 2009 - Suspense fiction - 336 pages
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"Clare Layton is one to watch . . . highly enjoyable and thoroughly recommended."--Ian Rankin

"A tense and gripping thriller."--"The Mail on Sunday"

Oxford, 1970: A young and promising student hangs himself, leaving his friends and family stunned. His girlfriend claims he raped her, but his friends can't believe it. London, 2000: Ginty Schell, a young, ambitious journalist, focuses on the group's notorious story. As they fight to save their reputations, she finds her own life rocked to its foundations.

Clare Layton was born and still lives in London. She has also written mysteries as Natasha Cooper.

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About the author (2009)

Clare Layton, who was born in London and educated at Berkshire convent, worked in publishing for ten years before leaving to write full time. Her first crime novel, written under the name Natasha Cooper, was ‚Festering Lilies‚ published in 1990, the year she joined the Crime Writers‚ Association. The millennium saw her taking the chair of the CWA and publishing both her tenth crime novel ‚Prey to All‚, and ‚Clutch of Phantoms, her first foray into Clare Layton‚s world of psychological suspense.

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