Natural Flights of the Human Mind: A Novel

Natural Flights of the Human Mind: A Novel

Clare Morrall


Peter Straker lives in a switched over lighthouse at the Devon coast with a great view of the ocean, cats, and no buddies. that is simply the way in which he likes it. He speaks to nobody other than in his goals, the place he converses with a few of the seventy-eight humans he believes he killed approximately a quarter-century past -- although he cannot fairly take note the way it occurred. yet Straker's conscientiously preserved solitude is ready to be invaded via Imogen Doody, a prickly and unapproachable university caretaker with a painful heritage herself. opposed to his will -- and hers -- Straker quickly reveals himself aiding Imogen fix the run-down cottage she's inherited. There are forces amassing, even if, because the twenty-fifth anniversary of Straker's crime methods, and they are cause upon hectic his precarious peace.

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