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Border Crossing

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Border Crossing is Pat Barkers unflinching novel of darkness, evil and society. When Tom Seymour, a child psychologist, plunges into a river to save a young man from drowning, he unwittingly reopens a chapter from his past hed hoped to forget. For Tom already knows Danny Miller. When Danny was ten Tom helped imprison him for the killing of an old woman. Now out of priso Border Crossing is Pat Barkers unflinching novel of darkness, evil and society. When Tom Seymour, a child psychologist, plunges into a river to save a young man from drowning, he unwittingly reopens a chapter from his past hed hoped to forget. For Tom already knows Danny Miller. When Danny was ten Tom helped imprison him for the killing of an old woman. Now out of prison with a new identity, Danny has some questions - questions he thinks only Tom can answer. Reluctantly, Tom is drawn back into Dannys world - a place where the border between good and evil, innocence and guilt is blurred and confused. But when Dannys demands on Tom become extreme, Tom wonders whether he has crossed a line of his own - and in crossing it, can he ever go back? Brilliantly crafted. Unflinching yet sensitive, this is a dark story expertly told Daily Mail A tremendous piece of writing, sad and terrifying. It keeps you reading, exhausted and blurry-eyed, until 2am Independent on Sunday Resolutely unsensational but disquieting . . . Barker probes not only the mysteries of evil but societys horrified and incoherent response to it Guardian Rich, challenging, surprising, breathtaking The Times

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Border Crossing is Pat Barkers unflinching novel of darkness, evil and society. When Tom Seymour, a child psychologist, plunges into a river to save a young man from drowning, he unwittingly reopens a chapter from his past hed hoped to forget. For Tom already knows Danny Miller. When Danny was ten Tom helped imprison him for the killing of an old woman. Now out of priso Border Crossing is Pat Barkers unflinching novel of darkness, evil and society. When Tom Seymour, a child psychologist, plunges into a river to save a young man from drowning, he unwittingly reopens a chapter from his past hed hoped to forget. For Tom already knows Danny Miller. When Danny was ten Tom helped imprison him for the killing of an old woman. Now out of prison with a new identity, Danny has some questions - questions he thinks only Tom can answer. Reluctantly, Tom is drawn back into Dannys world - a place where the border between good and evil, innocence and guilt is blurred and confused. But when Dannys demands on Tom become extreme, Tom wonders whether he has crossed a line of his own - and in crossing it, can he ever go back? Brilliantly crafted. Unflinching yet sensitive, this is a dark story expertly told Daily Mail A tremendous piece of writing, sad and terrifying. It keeps you reading, exhausted and blurry-eyed, until 2am Independent on Sunday Resolutely unsensational but disquieting . . . Barker probes not only the mysteries of evil but societys horrified and incoherent response to it Guardian Rich, challenging, surprising, breathtaking The Times
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Title Border Crossing Height 12.9
Pat Barker Width 2
ISBN-13 9780140270747 Binding Paperback
ISBN-10 #0140270744 Spine Width
Publisher Penguin UK Pages 244
Edition Availability In Stock

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