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Bird Boy by Alison Prince

Bird Boy

by Alison Prince

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'The crow's harsh voice cut through Con's dream, and his eyes flew open. The big bird was standing on the window sill, staring in.' Con and his family have moved to a huge rambling house deep in the Suffolk countryside. They are hoping for a new start. But instead they are caught up in a tragedy that took place many years before. The tragedy of a mother driven to madness, and her son mysteriously murdered. When the crow starts visiting Con, he knows he must unravel the mystery of their disappearance, or his family will never find peace. But obstacles stand in his way...The Bird Boy is waiting...

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:14:20 -0400)

Con and his family have moved to to a crumbling old house deep in the Suffolfk countryside. They have big plans for the future, but they find themselves caught up in the past, in a tragedy so tightly entwined with Con's own family that it holds them all helpless. Until its memory can be put to rest.… (more)

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