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The Sleepwalker [braille]


The Sleepwalker [braille]

Author: Callwood, June

language: en

Publisher: CNIB

Release Date: 1993

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The Sleepwalker


The Sleepwalker

Author: Joseph Knox

language: en

Publisher: Random House

Release Date: 2019-07-11

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‘Dark, gritty and compelling, this will have you turning the pages until the early hours of the morning.’ - The Independent ‘Fierce, funny and flint-sharp. Joseph Knox is the true grit of Brit noir’ - Cara Hunter ________ ‘He said he didn’t remember killing them...’ Detective Aidan Waits sits on an abandoned hospital ward, watching a mass murderer slowly die. He has just one job: to extract the location of Martin Wick’s final victim before the notorious mass murderer passes away. Wick has spent over a decade in prison, in near-total silence, having confessed to an unspeakable crime that shocked the nation and earned him the name The Sleepwalker. Wick’s whispered confession will send Waits on a journey into a dark world of lies and revenge on both sides of the law ... but can you ever trust a murderer's dying words? ___ Readers are obsessed with The Sleepwalker: ***** ‘So addictive and gripping. I literally couldn’t but it down.’ ***** ‘I read in one breathless sitting . . . it’s hard to tell who the real villains are.’ ***** ‘It hooked me from the first page. Aidan Waits is a perfect anti-hero.’

The Sleepwalker at Sea


The Sleepwalker at Sea

Author: Kelly Grovier

language: en

Publisher: Carcanet

Release Date: 2011-05-26

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The poems in The Sleepwalker at Sea tread a fluid line between dream and wakefulness, memory and loss, presence and longing. Leave a house and it suddenly fills with 'the unseen'; consult 'The Book of Clues' and discover only 'ghostly hints' of a self you've left behind. Linked by their restless displacement, pacing haunted spaces, these are poems that question what it means to be in the world and seek answers in lost rooms, missing sketches, disappearing fragments. By turns meditative and playful, romantic and philosophical, The Sleepwalker at Sea strides an invisible path through streets of strangers, in search of ruined altars, buried candles, and 'the whispering galleries of the dead'. Here, deer 'dissolve / into a tapestry of mist', a butterfly 'measures / the universe's weight', and the soul 'sculpts itself in frostlit air'.