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Suffragette City by Kate Muir
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Oct 04, 2010

really liked it
bookshelves: novels, bookcrossing-books
Read from October 23 to November 11, 2010

Caught at a Bookcrossing meetup this year, but only got to reading it recently, and what a lovely story! I really enjoyed the alternate chapters going between New York 2000 and Glasgow at the time of the Suffragette Movement. Albertine, an artist in New York is being haunted by Agnes, a relative from her family tree, married to a minister in Scotland who is very strict, but she loves him and has a daughter before he dies from over-work. A very interesting peep into the suffragette movement, plus an interesting romantic connection in New York.

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