The Landlord's Daughter
Doubleday, 1968 - 329 pages
The story of an Englishwoman and the two lives she led: one; sunny, respectable, unremarkable--the other; dark, hidden, passionate, touched by violence and fear.
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Review: The Landlord's DaughterUser Review - Marija - Goodreads
I first came across the name Monica Dickens from one of the recent articles I read commemorating Charles Dickens' bicentennial—Monica's great-grandfather. When I was looking through her bibliography ... Read full review
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One of the most fascinating books by Charles Dickens' great grand daughter - inspired by the poem The Highwayman by Alfred Noyes. Absolutely magical! I read it many many years ago, but I've never ... Read full review