When recent doesn’t mean recent

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September 2, 2008 by Tracey S. Rosenberg

I appreciate that maintaining websites isn’t necessarily a priority when it involves slow-moving information, but I was bemused when I read this British Council Contemporary Author page on Lesley Glaister. Here’s the second half of the second paragraph:

Her most recent novel is Now You See Me (2001), the story of the unlikely relationship between Lamb, a former patient in a psychiatric ward, and Doggo, a fugitive on the run from the police. Her latest novel is As Far as You Can Go (2004), a psychological drama, in which a young couple, Graham and Cassie, travel to a remote part of Australia to take up a caretaking job, only to be drawn into the dark secrets of their mysterious employers. Her latest novel is Nina Todd Has Gone (2007).

Mentally, I’m seeing a chain of Post-It notes….

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I live, work, and write in Edinburgh. I travel to other places as much as I can. To contact me, email writingmostly at gmail dot com.

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