Seeds of Evil

Seeds of Evil Meg s odd looking white haired twins conceived by artificial insemination behave like adults when they are four years old They are strangely anti social and derive satisfaction and tingles from dis

  • Title: Seeds of Evil
  • Author: Margaret Bingley
  • ISBN: 9780881844719
  • Page: 117
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Meg s odd looking, white haired twins, conceived by artificial insemination, behave like adults when they are four years old They are strangely anti social and derive satisfaction and tingles from disasters especially bloody ones that befall others .

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    About "Margaret Bingley"

    1. Margaret Bingley

      Margaret Bingley was born in Sutton, Surrey 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 of Publishers at Lower Kingswood in Surrey, where she met her future husband, Alan.In 1974, Margaret and Alan moved to Grantham in Lincolnshire, due to Alan s work commitments Margaret found it difficult to find the kind of work that she enjoyed there, and decided that having a child might be fun.In 1976 her son, Alex, was born and she discovered that she was wrong It had actually been fun working as a secretary in a tyre making machinery company Because Alex was an active little chap, with a severe case of sleep aversion for his first four years, Margaret became physically exhausted and mentally brain dead.After reading a particularly boring book, she decided to try and write one herself and eventually, after many trials and tribulations, her first book THE DEVIL S CHILD was published Much of the book was based on those early, halcyon days of motherhood.She continued writing steadily from 1983 onwards, and in February 2000 she also started writing a weekly column of 400 words for the local paper, The Grantham Journal, entitled The Way I See It.The way she saw it was often not the way the readers saw it, but at least it provided people with a talking point and someone to hate when the weather was bad She stopped writing the column in July 2005 due to her husband s ill health Over the years, as Margaret has progressed from manual typewriter to electric typewriter to computer, Alan has retired to become a kept man and Alex has been to drama school, where he gained a B.A Hons in acting He then spent four years as an actor waiter before deciding to take a Masters Degree in Voice at the Central School of Speech and Drama Having gained his Masters, he is now a freelance voice and speech coach He currently teaches voice at The Drama Centre, The Central School of Speech and Drama, the E15 Drama School and on the Italia Conti B.A Hons acting course He also teaches private and corporate clients and very kindly gives his mother free vocal assistance before she s due to give any of her talks He is also extremely good at giving her relaxation hints On balance, she feels that having a child turned out to be a wise decision.Apart from her work, Margaret enjoys reading, opera, dry white wine, Foyle s War or anything else with Michael Kitchen in it and gardening.She does not like reality TV shows, alternative comedians or Political Correctness Margaret also publishes erotica novels under the pseudonyms Fredrica Alleyn and Marina Anderson.

    278 thoughts on “Seeds of Evil”

    1. I read this a long time ago. It's a fantastic horror novel that was hidden in the shelves. Very glad I picked it up.

    2. I give this book more like 3.5 stars. It was definitely a chilling and creepy read (should've read this back during Halloween). The author was very descriptive both in her story telling as well as her development of the characters. She is a very imaginative lady, indeed! Books like this make me think about the inner workings of the minds of writers of horror books. Are they twisted, or do they just have very out there imaginations lol? My only real complaints were of the silly spelling errors th [...]

    3. When I first read the synopsis of this book I though "what a similar sounding book to either Midwich cuckoo's or perfect people" but I was intrigued and started to read it anyway. I was widely surprised that other that the children themselves the rest of the book stood alone from the others and I enjoyed it all the same. Brilliantly spread out story line and plot points. A book I definatly suggest if you enjoy thrillers or light horror.

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