The Woman in White (Barnes & Noble Classics Series) (Paperback)
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The Woman in White (Barnes & Noble Classics Series) (Paperback)

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Paperback 672 Pages / Published: 17/01/2013
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Publisher: Fine Communications,US
ISBN: 9781593082802
Number of pages: 672
Weight: 544 g
Dimensions: 203 x 131 x 48 mm

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“The Woman in White”

Bound in beautiful cloth, the cover of this only hints at the brilliance inside.. A fast paced, clever thriller told through diary entries and letters of a diverse mix of characters brought together by the proposed... More

Hardback edition
1st January 2012
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“A twisting, turning well paced classic”

Reading this book for the first time it hints, tantalises and slowly develops giving a story that keeps you reading. The text, as with any classic of this age, may be challenging at first however the notes really help... More

Paperback edition
7th September 2010
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“A compelling Victorian melodrama”

Collins creates in the initial pages a surreal atmosphere and sense of unreality which jolts the reader and which is maintained by the ghostly figure of Anne Catherick who haunts the pages of the novel to the very... More

Paperback edition
6th August 2015
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