This is the name given to a secure forensic unit in North London where the narrator takes a job.
This is the name given to a psychiatric hospital. The narrator worked here before taking another job at the start of the novel.
This city is where most of the action of the novel takes place.
This is the name given to both a play by Euripides and a self-portrait.
Alicia Berenson's Diary
This object provides a source of information regarding what happened in the weeks before (as well as the night of) the murder.
This is the term used to describe the feelings a patient rouses in a therapist during a session.
This is the name of the town where the artist was born and raised. Later, the narrator travels there to meet her cousin and aunt.
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