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Panic Attack by J.D. Taylor

Two sisters, Georgina and Janette Roberts, from England, arrive in California to visit a distant relative who is dying. En route, an odd, rather disturbed hitch-hiker called Jerry, asks for a lift to Sacramento, but when his behaviour proves too much for them, the siblings bring a halt to his journey and eject him from the vehicle. He threatens to hunt them down wherever they go. Some time later, the car starts to run out of fuel and the young women are forced to stay the night at a Delta sorority house, which exposes them to a culture they are ...

The Syd Barrett Sound by Joe Cornish

Syd Barrett (6 January 1946 – 7 July 2006), born Roger Keith Barrett, was an English singer-songwriter, guitarist, and painter, best remembered as a founding member of the band Pink Floyd. He was the lead vocalist, guitarist and primary songwriter during the band's psychedelic years, providing major musical and stylistic direction in their early work, including their name. He left the group in 1968 amid speculations of mental illness exacerbated by drugs, and was briefly hospitalised.

Mother's Day by J.D. Taylor

Two years have passed since the brutal rape of Emma Forrester(nee Broughton), and her family unit is falling apart. The only one trying to keep it together is her step-daughter, Heather, whose Christian beliefs make her determined to get back what has been lost from her family, but she is advised by Emma's GP, Dr. Richmond, that her stepmother's mental state is gradually getting worse, with sudden un-planned excursions in her car and other examples of unpredictable behaviour, and she warns Heather that Emma is a human time bomb waiting to go off. Meanwhile, her step-sister, Lynne, feels that her ...

Partners In Crime: Pearls Before Swine by J.D. Taylor - featuring characters created by Agatha Christie

Thanks to Thomas's parents volunteering to take care of their four-month old grandaughter, Vanessa, Tommy accompanies Tuppence to a reunion of former pupils at Hurstworth, her old boarding school. One of the current students, a sixteen year-old girl named Georgina Clarke keeps talking about a murder that took place there, three years ago, but the headmistress, Lenora Sampson declares that it was suicide. However, when Georgina is pushed to her death from the top floor, the Beresfords find that they have to re-open the forgotten murder enquiry, and in doing so, re-open old wounds.

The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath

The story of a gifted young woman's mental breakdown beginning during a summer internship as a junior editor at a magazine in New York City in the early 1950s. Esther awakens to find herself in the hospital. She has survived her suicide attempt with no permanent physical injuries. Once her body heals, she is sent to the psychological ward in the city hospital, where she is uncooperative, paranoid, and determined to end her life. Esther will leave the mental hospital in time to start winter semester at college. She believes that she has regained a tenuous grasp on sanity, but ...

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