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|Format:||Hardback, 304 pages|
|Other Information: ||Reinforced binding Reinforced binding Reinforced binding|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 17 November 2003|
Stephen Crane, famous author, meets Cora Taylor, American wife of a British soldier. In the summer of 1897 they settle in a country house in Surrey and skate on social thin ice as pretend man-and-wife, high-living and deep in debt.
About the Author
Born in Wales, Paul Ferris is the biographer of Dylan Thomas, Caitlin Thomas, Richard Burton, Huw Wheldon, and, most recently, Freud. His novels include The Detective and Talk to Me About England.
Praise for Infidelity: 'What elevates Paul Ferris's excellent Infidelity to the very heights of thrillerdom is that it is based on a real-life juicy scandal. With great skill, he captures all the seediness, shallowness and sense of moral upheaval of war-torn Britain.' Daily Mail 'Skilfully weaves together fact and fiction, re-creating the passion and suspense of this most bizarre of true stories.' The Times 'The sad, desperate atmosphere of Crippen hovers. Good stuff.' Time Out
|Publisher: ||HarperCollins Publishers Ltd|
|Dimensions: ||24.0 x 15.0 x 6.0 centimeters (0.54 kg)|