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Natasha Mostert was born in South Africa. Educated in Cape Town and New York, she holds graduate degrees in Lexicography and Applied Linguistics, and has subsequently worked as an academic and journalist. She now lives in Chelsea, London, with her husband.
Winner of the World Book Day 2009 Book to Talk About. A creepy tale of passion, seduction and mind-reading. The known phenomenon of ‘remote viewing’ – a psychic talent allowing the perpetrator to ‘see’ things that are far separate from them, forms the basis of the story. Gabriel, our hero, uses his talents to steal information from rival businesses, but his encounter with two powerful and beautiful sisters changes his life forever. A strange, compelling and rewarding read. Comparison: John Twelve Hawks, Tess Gerritsen, John Connolly.