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Crucifix Lane

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Product description

Hard-to find early book by the author, with moderate wear to covers, light yellowing and several pencil/ dirt marks to fore-spine.

Briefly unconscious after a fall in south east London's Crucifix Lane, Annie comes to and finds herself propelled eleven years into the future and caught up with a group of people, led by the charismatic Kellen, who are helping the disadvantaged. But Kellen's altruism is a cover for criminal activities including bio-piracy and Annie's friend Leah is a casualty of her refusal to face that fact. In a dramatic climax, Annie confronts Kellen as the Thames breaks its banks, and she is saved only by her return to 1997 - with the knowledge that London's future is in safe hands.

Item details

Author(s):
Kate Mosse
Condition:
Fair
Edition:
First in this paperback edition(1998)
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0340692928
ISBN-13:
9780340692929
Number of pages:
309
Publisher:
Flame (Hodder and Stoughton)
Title:
Crucifix Lane

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Hard-to find early book by the author, with moderate wear to covers, light yellowing and several pencil/ dirt marks to fore-spine.

Briefly unconscious after a fall in south east London's Crucifix Lane, Annie comes to and finds herself propelled eleven years into the future and caught up with a group of people, led by the charismatic Kellen, who are helping the disadvantaged. But Kellen's altruism is a cover for criminal activities including bio-piracy and Annie's friend Leah is a casualty of her refusal to face that fact. In a dramatic climax, Annie confronts Kellen as the Thames breaks its banks, and she is saved only by her return to 1997 - with the knowledge that London's future is in safe hands.

Author(s):
Kate Mosse
Condition:
Fair
Edition:
First in this paperback edition(1998)
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0340692928
ISBN-13:
9780340692929
Number of pages:
309
Publisher:
Flame (Hodder and Stoughton)
Title:
Crucifix Lane

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