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The Chameleon's Shadow: Book summary and reviews of The Chameleon's Shadow by Minette Walters
The Chameleon's Shadow Summary
When British lieutenant Charles Acland returns home from Iraq, his serious head injuries are the outward manifestation of a profound inner change: he may be suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, or it may be, as his psychiatrist suggests, the prolonged destruction of a personality.
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"Surprisingly, Jackson is also one of the few convincing characters in this plot-propelled tale, a flaw readers may be willing to ignoreuntil they slam into a contrived denouement well below Walterss usual standard." - Publishers Weekly.
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Minette Walters Author Biography
Minette Walters is the author of eleven novels, two novellas, and a number of short stories. Her work, which has been published in more than thirty-five countries, has received several major awards, including two Gold Daggers from the Crime Writers Association in Great Britain and the Edgar Allan Poe Award from the Mystery Writers of America. She lives in Dorset, England.
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