Grey Dawn by Clea Simon
(Dulcie Schwartz)

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...show Dulcie’s growing obsession with the fragments of a mysterious novel—a novel that presents a better mystery than her latest case.
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When grad student Dulcie Schwartz thinks she hears a wolf late one night, on her way to pick up some forgotten papers from her departmental office, she tries to dismiss it – but it’s too late for her peace of mind. The noises, the dark building and an unnerving sighting of her adviser – looking strangely unhuman in the moonlight – all combine to thoroughly give her the creeps.

But it is not until the next morning that Dulcie learns the disquieting truth: she was right to be spooked. A woman worryingly close to the university was savagely attacked, that very night. A woman who looks like Dulcie.

Aided by the cryptic advice from her kitten Esmé and the ghost of her late, great cat Mr Grey, Dulcie can’t stop herself from investigating, just a little . . .
 

About Clea Simon

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Clea Simon is a Massachusetts-based writer, journalist and a regular contributor to the New York Times, Boston Globe, San Francisco Chronicle, Ms., Rolling Stone and Salon.com. Sheas the author of three nonfiction books, She lives in Cambridge, MA, with her husband, the writer Jon S. Garelick, and their cat, Musetta. http://www.cleasimon.com
 
Published June 1, 2013 by Severn House Digital. 224 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Publishers Weekly

Excellent
on May 20 2013

Excerpts from Dulcie’s melodramatic research project offer a delightful homage to 18th-century gothic fiction that also binds this whodunit to its historical predecessors.

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Kirkus

Above average
on Jun 17 2013

...show Dulcie’s growing obsession with the fragments of a mysterious novel—a novel that presents a better mystery than her latest case.

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