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   Thin Line Between, by M. A. C. Petty  
 
  Novel, first publication in May 2005
 
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      After a stressful divorce, Alice Waterston is finally getting her life back together and her career on track. As curator of exhibits at a large history museum, she has just succeeded in booking an international exhibit of Australian Aboriginal art, important for her personally as well as for her budding career. She feels a special tie to Australia because her father, who died shortly before she was born, was an Australian artist. But shocking accidents begin occurring around the exhibit, and Alice's research into the history of an old landmark church near her house reveals more than she ever wanted to know about who built the crumbling structure and why. Suddenly her life and that of her 11-year-old daughter are drawn into an unexpected spiral of danger and fear. What malevolent force seems to have invaded the museum, and why has the history of a small rural church become a conduit for evil? Are these two events somehow related, or even triggered by something Alice has done? The moment Alice makes the connection, forces from the roots of myth emerge into the daylight, compelling her to extremes of courage she never thought possible. This is a trade paperback original.

     
     
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  • Wandjina Quartet, The (#1)

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  • Children, Teens, Kids.
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