High Crime Area

Tales of Darkness and Dread Publicado el diciembre de 2014 (ePub) en inglés
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    • Fecha de lanzamiento diciembre 2014
      Editor Head of zeus
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    • A collection of darkly compelling tales from the unique imagination of Joyce Carol Oates.A young professor is convinced she's being followed, but when she confronts her shadow all is not as it seems...A promising student attempts to save her brother from his descent into madness, but finds there may be more to his world than hers...An elderly nun is found dead in her care home, but was it old age or dark secrets that killed her...These biting and beautiful stories force us to confront, one by one, the demons within.

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    A collection of darkly compelling tales from the unique imagination of Joyce Carol Oates.

    A young professor is convinced she's being followed, but when she confronts her shadow all is not as it seems...

    A promising student attempts to save her brother from his descent into madness, but finds there may be more to his world than hers...

    An elderly nun is found dead in her care home, but was it old age or dark secrets that killed her...

    These biting and beautiful stories force us to confront, one by one, the demons within.

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    Editor

    Head of zeus

    Fecha de lanzamiento

    diciembre 2014

    EAN

    978-1784081607

    ISBN

    9781784081607