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Impossible Causes

Julie Mayhew

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Raven Books
05 January 2021
'A claustrophobic tale of outsiders versus insiders, religious fervour versus age-old paganism and, ultimately, women and men. A tightly told and powerful story of sins, lies and secrets long held' i Four elements. Four seasons. Four points on the compass. Four teenage girls.

And one dead body.

'This highly atmospheric tale is both thrilling and poignant' Heat Eerie and menacing, timely and moving, Impossible Causes is an unputdownable novel that examines the consequences of silence kept at young women's expense.
By:   Julie Mayhew
Imprint:   Raven Books
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 198mm,  Width: 129mm, 
Weight:   348g
ISBN:   9781408897010
ISBN 10:   1408897016
Pages:   432
Publication Date:   05 January 2021
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Julie is an actress turned writer. She is an award-winning novelist, an award-nominated radio dramatist and has written short stories and stage plays to critical acclaim. As a participant in the BFI Network x BAFTA Crew scheme, she also writes and directs for the screen.

Reviews for Impossible Causes

Atmospheric and disorientating ... A claustrophobic tale of outsiders versus insiders, religious fervour versus age-old paganism and, ultimately, women and men. A tightly told and powerful story of sins, lies and secrets long held -- Sarah Hughes * i * Dense and claustrophobic, this well-written novel reprises the old themes of men whose need to control women is so frenzied that they cannot see any female as an independent human being * Literary Review * This highly imaginative novel and its meticulously created community of characters was an addictive read with twists and turns and a wonderful sense of place. Beautifully written, beguiling and compelling -- Lisa Ballantyne, author of 'The Guilty One' A beautiful piece of writing - hypnotically convincing, eerie and disturbing. Mayhew's is a voice I long to hear more of -- Alex Marwood, author of 'The Wicked Girls' Exploring the consequences of staying silent at one woman's expense, this highly atmospheric tale is both thrilling and poignant * Heat * Pacey and original - Mayhew's characters will enthral and appal in equal measure * Woman * A clever, claustrophobic story of suspicion and superstition * Sunday Express *


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