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Author: Wilkie Collins
An egocentric man leaves his wife in order to marry a more popular and wealthier woman through the use of a loophole in Irish marriage laws.
I enjoyed a lot reading this book, it take me to really romantic and misterious places in Scotland. The characters were wonderfully drawn. A shame it's over!
This was my third book of Wilkie Collins. I haven't been disappointed yet. Love the suspense and twists in his stories as well as his happy endings. Love reading historical mysteries.
This is a classic story well told by the best of them all. The story outlay keeps you on the edge and wanting not to stop - alas you come to the end (and you wished you were still somewhere in the middle).
Nice tale, excellent characters and powerful delivery. the end smacks evil in the face.
I loved, loved,loved this book!
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