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The Confession

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Zusatztext A powerful and deeply moving novel about secrets and storytelling, motherhood and friendship, and how we lose and find ourselves Informationen zum Autor Jessie Burton is the author of the Sunday Times number one and New York Times bestsellers The Miniaturist and The Muse , as well as The Confession, The House of Fortune , and the children's book The Restless Girls . In its year of publication The Miniaturist sold over a million copies, and in 2017 it was adapted into a major TV series for BBC One. Her novels have been translated into thirty-eight languages, and she is a regular essay writer for newspapers and magazines. She lives in London. Klappentext Praise for The Miniaturist and The Muse : 'The literary sensation of the year' Sunday Times 'Deftly plotted and richly characterised . . . exquisitely written, evocative and suspenseful' Sunday Express 'Masterful, complex and atmospheric . . . exhilarating' Herald 'Heart-stopping, evocative . . . a triumph' Daily Telegraph 'Atmospheric and fascinating . . . keeps you gripped right to the unexpected conclusion' The Times The powerful, moving and suspenseful new novel from the million-copy bestselling author of The Miniaturist and The Muse . Zusammenfassung The powerful, moving and suspenseful novel from the million-copy bestselling author of &i>The Miniaturist &/i>and &i>The Muse&/i>.

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Authors Jessie Burton, JESSIE BURTON
Publisher Picador Uk
Languages English
Age Recommendation from age 18
Product format Paperback / Softback
Released 19.09.2019
EAN 9781509886159
ISBN 978-1-5098-8615-9
No. of pages 453
Dimensions 152 mm x 233 mm x 34 mm
Series 192 GRAND
Subjects Fiction > Narrative literature

Los Angeles, Women, London, Greater London, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945), California, Central London, Of specific Lesbian interest, Family life fiction, Literary, Relating to lesbians, Modern and contemporary fiction, c 1980 to c 1989, FICTION / LGBTQ+ / Lesbian, Family Life / General, LGBT / Lesbian, FICTION / Romance / LGBTQ+ / Lesbian

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