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Carol Lee is an author, journalist and Alexander Technique teacher. She is a visiting lecturer in journalism at the Department of Postgraduate Studies, City University , London. She has written for The Observer, Independent, Guardian, Sunday Times and many national magazines. Her play, Feet First, was staged at the King's Head, Islington, London. To Die For is her seventh book.

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To Die For by Carol Lee
To Die For
Carol Lee
The book follows the authorâs relationship with her anorexic niece. It is tragic and insightful
Format: Paperback - Released: 20/01/2005

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