What Would It Be Like To Be Unsure Whether You Could Recognize Your Own Brother? This Is The Terrifying Quest That Julie Davidge, A Young Freelance Artist Living In London, Suddenly And Bewildering Finds Herself Confronted With Her Brother Richard,Years Her Senior And Always A Remote Figure To Her, Has Disappeared, Presumably Kidnapped As A British Agent By The Enemy One Day A Man Claiming To Be Richard Appears In London, And Almost Simultaneously Julie Receives A Postcard In Richard's Handwriting, Saying He Is Alive In France And Needs Her Help Is The Man In London Her Brother Or Is He An Enemy Plant, Waiting For Any Clue To The Whereabouts Of The Real Richard In Order To Have Him Killed?
Felicity Avery (Anne Stevenson, pen name) was born in Cardiff in 1928, she read History at St. Anne’s at the University of Oxford from 1946 to 1949. After her degree, she worked as historical archivist for the Holland-Martin banking family, before turning to journalism and fiction, which was initially published in the form of short stories and serials in magazines and journals. Composed under the
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- A Relative Stranger
- Anne Stevenson
- 27 June 2017 Anne Stevenson