The Crocodile Bird

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Open Road Media, 2010.
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Ruth Rendell., & Ruth Rendell|AUTHOR. (2010). The Crocodile Bird . Open Road Media.

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Ruth Rendell and Ruth Rendell|AUTHOR. 2010. The Crocodile Bird. Open Road Media.

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Ruth Rendell and Ruth Rendell|AUTHOR. The Crocodile Bird Open Road Media, 2010.

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Ruth Rendell, and Ruth Rendell|AUTHOR. The Crocodile Bird Open Road Media, 2010.

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    [synopsis] => A young woman, sheltered from the outside world, comes to terms with her deluded, murderous mother-and what she must do to survive   When the police come to the door at the gatehouse of a remote British estate, sixteen-year-old Liza and her mother know that their lives are about to change forever. After all, Liza watched her mother kill a man-well, more than just one. Having lived as a virtual hermit on the estate, Liza knows nothing of the outside world, but she sets off to find her way with the help of a newly won lover. As she learns about those around her, she begins to discover herself-and just how alike she and her mother might be.   Rendell carefully unravels this tale of an obsessive bond between mother and daughter and of hope for a new life in a strange land.
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