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    Carol Anne Davis
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    Snowbooks Ltd (May 30, 2008)
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    254 pages
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Carol Anne Davis (born 1961 in Dundee, Scotland), is a Scottish crime novelist and a writer on crime. Davis left school at 15, and later graduated from the University of Dundee with an MA in criminology. As a postgraduate she received a diploma in adult and community education from the University of Edinburgh. In 1998, she left Scotland and moved to the south of England, where she lives today. Her first three novels are set in the Marchmont district of Edinburgh, where she lived for many years.

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Going away to University can be scary. It helps to have a friend. Someone who understands you, someone you can talk to. That's why Amy is glad to have her pen-pal Jeff.Jeff's letters make Amy feel better, safer ... less afraid. She doesn't even care that Jeff is a convicted criminal. Deep down she knows he's a gentle soul. He's learned his lesson. And anyway, he won't get out of prison for ages ...It's true that Jeff has learned his lesson. The lesson is: don't get caught. Because deep down Jeff is anything but a gentle soul. When he strangled his last girlfriend he should have been more careful. Next time will be different. He can't wait to kill again. And that's not the only secret he's hiding from Amy. She's in for one more surprise ... he's getting out soon.