Disobedience - Jane Hamilton

Disobedience

Jane Hamilton

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Reading someone elses e-mail is a quiet, clean enterprise. There is no pitter-pattering around the room, no opening and closing the desk drawers, no percussive creasing as you draw the paper from the envelope and unfold it . . . In and out of the files, no trace. It could be the work of a ghost, this electronic eavesdropping.Seventeen-year-old Henry Shaw learns of his mot

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