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Generation Loss

Set on a wintry island off the coast of Maine, this book introduces us to a physically and mentally scarred bisexual photographer, Cassandra Neary, who travels to the island to write a piece for a pop culture magazine. She encounters missing teenagers, pets killed by…
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Interview: Elizabeth Hand

A lapsed Catholic whose father was a New York State judge for 40 years, and whose mother read crime voraciously, Elizabeth Hand had her first novel published at 33. Her many successful forays into contemporary dark fantasy were followed in 2008 by her first crime…
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Generation Loss

Written by Elizabeth Hand — First published in 2008 in the United States, Generation Loss is appearing for the first time in the UK thanks to Constable & Robinson on 20 June. It’s the debut crime novel of Elizabeth Hand, who has already made her…
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RoughJustice: Top five books of 2012

Top five lists are great fun to write, except in years like this when there have been so many great books. I can mention some who nearly made the list. Chuck Wendig’s two Miriam Black novels, Blackbirds and Mockingbird, are great examples of the way…
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Available Dark

Cass Neary exists on the edge of society. She received critical acclaim for her book of photography Dead Girls early on in life but after splitting with her muse and lover Quinn O’Boyle, she has been drifting. She’s now into early middle age and is…
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Available Dark

Written by Elizabeth Hand — This is the second Cass Neary thriller, following on from Generation Loss. Not having read that book didn’t prevent me in any way from enjoying this latest one. Cass Neary exists on the edge of society. She received critical acclaim…
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