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Louise Pennington



Louise Pennington, Baroness Bentinck, worked in advertising for five years before writing full-time. She was born in Bristol and has lived in Vienna, the background to her novel The Diplomat's Wife. She has recently completed Bricks and Bones, a thriller novel set in East Sussex where she now lives. Louise also writes for performance and her first full length feature, Don't Stop Breathing, was shortlisted for the Oscar Moore Screenwriting Prize, and a play, Fractured, formed part of Brighton's Little Theatre's 2012-13 calendar of productions.
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Jessica's Lover

Louise Pennington
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Louise Pennington

It's an Indian summer - hot and sultry, brittle and oppresive. And in a small Regency crescent the heat is affecting everyone. Jessica's marriage is on the rocks; her husband is seeking solace in the bed of her sexually obsessed sister, Fay. Beautiful Fay, who destroys everything she touches. Into this doomed triangle comes a stranger. He is fatherless, homeless, a traveller and a true pagan - a charming exotic boy with a beautiful body and a mouth that promises everything. Things happen when Zak is around. And Zak is destined to become Jessica's lover, whatever the cost . . .

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The Stalking of Eve

Louise Pennington
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Louise Pennington

James Sanqui was thirty-one when he seduced his sister, Eve. She was fifteen. Ten years on, Eve is married and has made a new life for herself. In the process she has become adept at suppressing not only her dark and haunting past, but also the terrible all-engulfing ecstacy of which she was capable. Then her husband throws a party for Eve at the family's lake house. It is the beginning of a series of events that threaten to betray Eve's secret. And her sanity. Something sucked out of the quicksand of her dreams has come back to stalk her . . .