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As an infant he almost never laughed or cried. He was good. Too good.

As a small boy he glowed with golden aura. He was uncommonly bright, almost a miniature adult. He Was prefect. Too perfect.

But only his mother knew that something was very wrong with her Edward. Only she could see how he both read and controlled the thoughts of others. Only she could see how he willed his
Paperback, Popular Library , 253 pages
Published December 1st 1987 by Warner Books (NY)
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Margaret Bingley was born in Sutton, Surrey more years ago than she cares to remember. She was educated at Sutton High School for Girls GPDST and then at Rickard’s Lodge Secretarial College in Wimbledon. This secretarial college no longer exists, a fact for which she refuses to bear any responsibility.

After that she went to work at the BBC in London, and later moved to work for The Heinemann Group
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