Patricia Miles was born on September 8th, 1930, in Lancashire, England. From an early age she knew that she wanted to write for young adults. She studied Latin, Greek, and Ancient History at Somerville College at Oxford. Shortly after graduating, she married and began her writing career in Rome, where her husband worked as a translator for an Italian publisher. She also taught English and French. She began writing her first novel, Nobody's Child, shortly after she and her husband settled in Hertfordshire, England, where she still lives. Patricia Miles’s books
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A disturbing influence. Publisher: Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Co. ISBN: 0688419119. from: N/A. Sweet Peril. Akkarin has to come to terms with having a resentful Novice living in the Residence. A romance from Akkarin's POV - Akkarin/Sonea. To find, from reading the surface thoughts of Lorlen, that his oldest friend harboured disturbing thoughts about his High Lord, was a great surprise. At first he hadn't quite believed it, but the subsequent forced mind-read confirmed his suspicions. Lorlen knew about the black magic and had known for some time.
A Disturbing Influence was Julian Mitchell's second novel, first published in 1962. The setting is the small, utterly English town of Cartersfield, where the very quietness of life causes trouble. The young and old are preoccupied alike with their own affairs, to the exclusion of the world. Tetchy schoolmaster Mr Drysdale sums it up: 'We don't care much for change in Cartersfield
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Patricia Highsmith (1921-95), a Ft. Worth native who spent her writing life in New York and abroad, might be known best for her early thriller Strangers on a Train, made famous by Hitchcock's 1951 adaptation. Though her fiction's commercial appeal would ebb and flow during the next four decades, Highsmith regularly delivered novels and story collections that disturbed, even shocked readers. Renewed interest in Highsmith's fiction came with 1999's The Talented Mr. Ripley, based on her 1955 novel
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