Our Mutual Friend (Paperback)
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Our Mutual Friend (Paperback)

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John Harmon is a young man estranged from his family, yet nonetheless on his way from South Africa to London to receive his inheritance - but, according to his father's will, he can only claim it if he marries Bella Wilfer, a beautiful London girl whom he has never met. However, before John arrives to claim his birthright, an unknown body is found drowned in the Thames and identified as him. The money passes instead to family servants Mr and Mrs Boffin, who welcome into their home the disappointed bride-to-be. But when their associate Silas Wegg tries to blackmail the Boffins with an alternative will, Bella must decide where her loyalties lie.

Publisher: Cornerstone
ISBN: 9780099533535
Number of pages: 960
Weight: 454 g
Dimensions: 178 x 110 mm


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"The fact that Dickens is always thought of as a caricaturist, although he was constantly trying to be something else, is perhaps the surest mark of his genius." George Orwell"


"The fact that Dickens is always thought of as a caricaturist, although he was constantly trying to be something else, is perhaps the surest mark of his genius." --George Orwell

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“Deserves More Stars!”

Dickens last completed novel is my favourite. Characters such as the sly Silas Wegg, the haunted Bradley Headstone and the mysterious Doll's Dressmaker are some of best Dickens ever created. The plot is faultless... More

Paperback edition
14th January 2010
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“Muck for Brass”

Dickens, the greatest storyteller of English letters, writes with such atmosphere and affection about our great capital. This, his last full novel, is a bleak, serious and gripping satire on the corrupting power of... More

Paperback edition
1st February 2012
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