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Natural Flights of the Human Mind by Clare Morrall
In Natural Flights of the Human Mind, Peter Straker lives in old lighthouse on the Devon coast, haunted by the 78 deaths he'd caused in a train accident years ago. To distract his mind, he memorizes tide tables. Imogen Doody, an angry school caretaker who had been abandoned by her husband as newlyweds, inherits a cottage near his lighthouse. These two self-imposed outcasts from life begin a friendship. Opening up to each other, though, also opens up the old wounds of their pasts. As their present lives begin to merge, the hauntings of their pasts potentially stand in their way. Clare Morrall's second novel after Astonishing Splashes Of Colour has received mostly positive reviews with the London Times saying, "Natural Flights of the Human Mind is solid, satisfying and skilfully plotted, with a cast of wholly believable characters."