Nothing to fear

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Hodder & Stoughton, Nov 13, 2008 - Fiction - 260 pages
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For Ginny, the new house represents a new start: a room of her own where she can research her book on the psychology of fairytales and recover from a bitter divorce. The last thing shes looking for is romance. But her young neighbour breaks down her defences. Sean cooks her delicious meals and rescues her from a drunken attack by her ex-husband. His only eccentricity is the locked room in his house that he forbids her to enter. It cant contain anything sinister, can it? Ginny cant resist finding out. But when she opens the door, she is propelled into a horror story, rather than a fairytale

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I enjoyed this more than anything I've read for quite a long time. D'Ancona's touch is light, his characterisation not so much of the players, but of their activities draws on personal experience in ... Read full review

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