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In the Clearing (J P Pomare, Hachette)

If J P Pomare’s Call Me Evie was a slow-burner of a psychological thriller, his follow-up, In the Clearing, is a pared-back firecracker where the danger is clear and present—even if its exact shape remains opaque until the book’s climax and final gasp-inducing twist. Chapters alternate between Amy and Freya,...

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