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Death By Prejudice [Kindle Edition]

Jane McLoughlin

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When her boyfriend, TV personality Simon West, is accused of rape and falls apart, Sara Soames sets out to hunt and punish his alleged victim. the trail leads Sara to a remote northern village where events spiral out of control.

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About the Author

Jane McLoughlin, a great-great-great-niece of Sir Walter Scott, was brought up in rural England and now lives in Somerset. She is a graduate of Trinity College, Dublin, and has worked as a journalist on the Daily Telegraph, Daily Mail and the Guardian. This is her fourth novel published by Robert Hale.

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  • File Size: 241 KB
  • Print Length: 224 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B005HEEZD2
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,926,251 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I write because I can't stop; it's an addiction for which there's no rehab. Writing is where I can be myself and live a 'real' life impossible within the conventions of real-life society. I wrote my first novel at 13, using the homework exercises in my Latin text book as the basis for a story about a young Roman boy, a prisoner, who accompanies Hannibal across the Alps and becomes his special friend (I had no idea then how that could be interpreted). This was followed by a lurid tale of sex and perversion in the suburbs, based disastrously on the little I knew about my parents' conventionally happy marriage. That taught me I had to find out about LIFE, so after university (Trinity College, Dublin) I went into journalism deliberately to try to fill some of the gaps in my knowledge before I could become a real writer. I covered the troubles in Northern Ireland; I climbed to the base Camp on Everest. I was hi-jacked on an internal flight in Ethiopia which ended when a security guard in the seat behind the gunman leaned over and cut his throat. For a few magic moments I took the controls of Concorde on an inaugural flight to Singapore. But most importantly, journalism gave me a licence to probe what people do and say under extreme stress, and to ask prying questions about their feelings I could never have asked in cold blood. Everything I learned from other people's experience became grist to my ficitonal mill. I have published 10 thrillers, and several non-fiction books arising out of my specialist interests as a journalist -- women's issues and industry. Now I live in the country and keep chickens, but if that implies life has more restricted horizons, it's not true. Give me a pen and a blank sheet of paper and the world is my oyster!


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