When the holidays are over, you need a good book to get you through the bleak midwinter. Grab yourself a comfy chair, a blanket, something good to drink and open up Fingersmith. Sue Trinder, a poor girl in Victorian London, is raised by a family of thieves. She is persuaded to pose as the maid of Maud Lilly, rich young woman in order to help steal her inheritance. But as Sue gets to know Maud, she finds that she has second thoughts about going through with the plot. What follows is an intense story of female friendship and betrayal, complete with exciting twists, turns, and unexpected revelations. WARNING: This book may cause late night reading and sudden cases of unputdownedness - approach with caution.
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$18.00
ISBN: 9781573229722
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Published: Riverhead Books - October 1st, 2002

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