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"Berenger hovers on the edge of the hard mattress but making no dent in it. 'I was, like, cursed,' she says. 'Oh, come on,' I scoff. 'I saw how much you suffered. Trunks of couture gowns and Concorde everywhere and Spanish playboys following you in packs.' 'You don't understand.' She raises her arm and scrutinises it, as if she were seeing it for the first time. It looks like a jagged arrangement of chicken bones wrapped in translucent egg noodle. And then she turns those white china eyes on me. 'If I wasn't cursed, then what is this?'"
A dazzling plotted psychological thriller and heartbreaking love story, Wraith mixes horror and comedy in a world of high fashion and low motive.
'You will be enthralled. Ms Tulloch's voice is sharp, affectionate and hilarious.'
New York Times Book Review

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  • Paperback

    9781876485153

    October 1, 1999

    Text (Adult)

    504 pages

    RRP $23.95

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