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    Finding Jennifer Jones – Anne Cassidy

    “Kate Rickman looked down at her hands.  Hands that had killed.  She held them flat, palms down. Her hands were pale a threadwork of veins just visible underneath the skin. The fingers were thin and seemed to tremble as she stared at them. The nails were short. There was no varnish and no rings; no decoration of any kind.” Kate Rickman is a student, living in Exmouth attending Exeter University. Only her probation officer knows the truth about her, and thats how it has to stay. However when a none year old holiday maker goes missing the police are suspicious of her whereabouts on the night. They take her in…

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    Dead Time – Anne Cassidy

    “Rose looked at the blood on her arm. She held it under her bedside light and saw pinpricks of red across her skin. She blotted them with a tissue, then watched as a shape emerged, tiny, ruby pebbles that looked like jewels and formed a raw outline of gossamer wings.” Rose and Joshua lived together for three years as brother and sister. Even though there was no actual blood bond; Rose’s mother and Joshua’s father were together, they still cared for each other. Then Rose’s mother and Joshua’s father went missing. Five years has passed, Rose and Joshua were separated but they are about to meet again.  Rose has been…