The Lover

By: Laura Wilson

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Orion Trade: Orion Publishing Group, 2004. A terrifying new psychological thriller set during World War II from one of the most talented and distinctive voices working in this genre<p> It is the autumn of 1940, and London is in the terrifying grip of the Blitz. An unidentified female corpse is discovered in an alleyway in Soho - the fourth to have been found in a matter of weeks. The women - all prostitutes - have been horribly mutilated, and it is clear that the darkness and confusion of the war-ravaged city, a 'Blackout Ripper' is at work.<br><br>Rene is a Soho prostitute with a young son to support. She's learnt to cope with the air-raids, bu each night on the streets is a terrible ordeal as the killer begins to pick off her friends. Lucy is a young, middle-class office worker living with her family in Clapham, her head full of romantic notions of how love ought to be. She struggles to make sense of things as her peaceful suburban life degenerates into chaos while London burns and crumples under aerial bombardment. Jim is a fighter pilot, handsome and much admired for his heroism in battle. The killer instinct makes him perfectly suited to the daily battle challenge he faces above the skies of Southern England, but the strain is beginning to tell. In ordinary circumstances, their paths might never have crossed, but in war-torn London, anything can happen. One night a bomb falls, with terrifying consequences for them all...<p><p>. Format C Paperback. New.

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