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The Snake Stone
 
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Margaret James
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The Snake Stone

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An abandoned child, Deborah Tanner grows up in the squalor of industrial Birmingham. A chance meeting with a strolling actor opens up a whole new world for her, as she is drawn into the tawdry glamour of the Victorian stage.
314 pages
Published 1999 by Pan (first published March 1st 1994)
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May 03, 2007 Clare P rated it it was ok
It is extremely moving, intrigueing, and i couldnt wait to get to the end! i dont regret reading it. but its not fantastic.
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A pseudonym used by Pamela Bennetts (?)

Margaret James has been a member of the RNA for 22 years. She has written thirteen published novels, many short stories, and she also teaches creative writing for the London School of Journalism. Margaret's first novel was A Touch of Earth, a family saga set in Herefordshire where she was born and grew up, and her most recent is The Penny Bangle, set in Dorse
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