East Lynne

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Kessinger Publishing, 2004 - Fiction - 620 pages
11 Reviews
Stealing to the portico from the house had come Barbara Hare, her eyes strained in dread affright on the grove of trees at the foot of the garden. What was it that had stepped out of that groove of trees, and mysteriously beckoned to her as she stood at the window, turning her heart to sickness as she gazed? Was it a human being, one to bring more evil to the house, where so much evil had already fallen?

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User Review  - Carolyn Owen-King - Goodreads

East Lynne; another sensation novel, another fallen woman. This is great; compelling and unpredictable. I found myself yelling at the book on several occasions when things went off in unexpected ... Read full review

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User Review  - Peter - Goodreads

Known but unknown is the life of Mrs. Henry Wood. Wood is one of the best sensation novelists of Victorian Literature. Lesser known than Wilkie Collins, and yet as prolific as Collins, Mrs. Wood ... Read full review

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