by Wilkie Collins
Publisher: Chatto & Windus 1890
Number of pages: 369
The novel is set during the Irish Land War of the early 1880s and tells the story of Iris Henley, an independent young woman who marries the 'wild' Lord Harry Norland, a member of an Irish secret society, and becomes unhappily drawn into a conspiracy plot...
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