Run to Earth
by Mary Elizabeth Braddon
Publisher: Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent 1910
Number of pages: 424
The blend of mystery and gothic horror in the narrative is engaging, the strong female characters portray an interesting side of Victorian life. The ending in spite of depending heavily on coincidences, brought our heroine the respect she so clearly deserved.
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