Off Track - Clare Curzon Reviews
Description:ISBN 0749079460 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Clare Curzon / Hardcover / Book is published 2008-07-28 by Allison & Busby
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Research biologist, Piers Egerton, has been working on a top - se ...
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by - written on 10/11/08 (Very useful, 92 readings)
Apparently, Clare Curzon has been writing for many years and has published more than 40 books, but "Off Track" was the first time I had come across her work. Unfortunately, the experience hasn't really encouraged me to read any of her other books. Lee Barber is a train driver who has plans until one night he overshoots a station and is reported by a passenger. A few nights later, Lee comes across the man he believes reported him and, his mind muddled by drink, attacks him. It soon transpires, however, that the man he has attacked was instead a disgruntled biological scientist, who is on his way to meet a newspaper reporter to tell the world what ... Read the complete review
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