A sister loses her brother, a mother loses her son, a wife loses her husband, and the cross-correspondences in the silent voices from beyond the grave are revealed in an unsettling climax
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Born in Switzerland, Francis King spent his childhood in India. Whilst at Oxford he wrote three novels and then joined the British Council. He was the drama critic of the Sunday Telegraph and reviewed fiction extensively. He wrote over twenty novels and his non-fiction includes E. M. Forster and his World.From Publishers Weekly:
Communication beyond the grave is the theme of this chilling work, in which three artfully delineated women try to get in touch with recently departed loved ones. PW noted that King (Act of Darkness provides a "spine-tingling conclusion."
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Book Description Pocket Books, 1986. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0671557386