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The Fifth Cataract by Jo Bannister
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0727875434, Hardcover)

Bad dreams stop when you wake up . . . - Clio Marsh joins a survival training course as part of the research into a new novel strictly as an observer, she thinks. But the course directors have other ideas, and Clio is soon immersed in a punishing regime. Within days more than one of her companions has succumbed to a mysterious illness and what started as a bad dream soon turns into a nightmare . . .

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One-time doctor turned writer Clio Marsh joins a survival training course as part of the research in a new novel - strictly as an observer, she thinks. But course directors Hollis and Chase have other ideas, and within days, she, and others, have succumbed to a mysterious illness.… (more)

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