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I was a bit slow getting into this book,but gathered speed as I got into it.I swung back and forth from being sympathetic towards Grace to believing she was scheming and deceitful. To be honest I am still not sure if she was truly innocent.🤔
A Margaret Atwood masterpiece.
From the back cover:
'Sometimes I whisper it over to myself Murderess.Murderess.It rustles,like a taffeta skirt along the floor.'
Around the true story of one of the mist enigmatic and notorious women of the 1840's,Margaret Atwood has created an extraordinary potent tale of sexuality,cruelty and mystery.
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