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By Diana Evans

SHORTLISTED FOR THE WHITBREAD FIRST NOVEL AWARD

Identical twins, Georgia and Bessi, stay within the loft of 26 Waifer road. it's a position of beanbags, nectarines and secrets and techniques, and viewers should always knock prior to getting into. Down less than there's not such concord. Their Nigerian mom places cayenne pepper on her Yorkshire pudding and has mysterious methods of facing homesickness; their father angrily roams the streets of Neasden, prey to the demons of his Derbyshire upbringing. pressured to create their very own identities, the Hunter teenagers construct a separate universe. Older sister Bel discovers intercourse, excessive heels and natural hairdressing, the twins arrange for a flapjack empire, and child sister Kemy learns to moonwalk for Michael Jackson. it really is whilst the truth comes knocking that the fantasies of adolescence begin to collapse. How will Georgia and Bessi cope in an international of separateness and solitude, and which ones may be stronger?

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The other looked at him, her face flapping in silent terror. He swung his arm and cut her throat. He turned to face the crowd. Electric menace blazing from his kris, which vibrated with a life of its own, pulling him down a funnel of screaming, running figures. And there, at the end of the funnel, is the Sea Org, Lord Westfield, and Olga. The Sea Org has something eccentric and puritanical in their dress, like MRA personnel. They placed themselves in ineffectual karate stance. When Lord Westfield saw Clinch Smith's face, he knew he was a dead man.

Now, on this assignment you have to watch every word and every move. " "I used to give sleight-of-hand shows in the Council Hall, Sir. I was on the junk in New York. " Of course, Lord Westfield knew all this and a lot more about Jenkins. Intelligence during the war, electronics and demolitions expert, expert at gaining access to premises, photographing and returning documents, & expert in electronic spying devices. "And remember this, Jenkins, you're going to have to study. " Two weeks later when Jenkins showed up for the daily lesson, he looked worried...

Lord Westfield, who was on his way to a Top Secret meeting with Olga Hardcastle, looked out the one-way window of his Bentley and saw that fight was in progress. He stopped the car, got out and sat on his cane seat to watch the fight. Two middle-aged women were the first to notice Clinch Smith. " She didn't have time to scream. He ripped her stomach open, striking from near the ground. The other looked at him, her face flapping in silent terror. He swung his arm and cut her throat. He turned to face the crowd.

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