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Fingersmith by Sarah Waters
Fingersmith
by Sarah Waters
recommended for: fans of Dickens and novels set in old times
read in February, 2015
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A little over-long for my taste but a good story, very-well written. A lot of interesting period details from 1840's England, even a few Dickensian character names, like Mrs Sucksby.
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