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A Noble Woman

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Ann Sophia Stephens (1813-1886), who also wrote under the pseudonym Jonathan Slick, was an American novelist. Born in Derby, Connecticut, she was an author of dime novels and is credited as the progenitor of that genre. Her work was also serialized in Godey's Lady's Book, The Ladies' Companion, and Graham's Magazine. The term "dime novel" originated with Stephens's ...more
Paperback, 528 pages
Published November 13th 2009 by Dodo Press (first published October 28th 2007)
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Alisha Trenalone
Aug 02, 2013 Alisha Trenalone rated it it was ok
Felt like the author didn't really play fair. It's a suspense novel about a newly married couple and the husband's younger sister. Somebody has a secret, but who?
For most of the book, characters are living in a state of continual hand-wringing and moaning things about doom and gloom, and then for a change, gloom and doom. All that angst gets kind of repetitive. And then for the big reveal at the end, I was just like, "But... when did all THAT happen?" Not many clues given earlier.
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