Bone House

Bone House

A Novel

Book - 2002
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In this stunning debut, Betsy Tobin spins a classic tale of gothic suspense. Immersing readers in Elizabethan England, she masterfully evokes a heady place where science and superstition walk hand-in-hand and sensuality and violence are masked by the merest veneer of gentility.
...some people are the center of their world, and others are the spokes.
The center of one village was Dora, the great-bellied prostitute whose lush curves gave solace to men even as her compassion and honesty drew the company of women. So when Dora is found dead in an icy ravine, her loss impacts everyone. So, too, does it torment a young chambermaid at the Great House. Determined to discover the truth, she ?nds that Dora left behind many unanswered questions, along with a huge, slow-witted son, a boy of eleven trapped in a man's body. The deeper she digs, the more the mystery of Dora's life is revealed, until a terrible secret is laid bare.
Publisher: New York : Washington Square Press : published by Pocket Books, 2002.
Copyright Date: ©2000
ISBN: 9780743406161
0743406168
Branch Call Number: F
Characteristics: 219 pages ; 21 cm

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Dec 31, 2011

I loved this book from the first page to the last! Plenty of interesting and forward-moving characters and intrigue to keep the plot interesting. Definitely one to reread in the future.
Read it!!!!!

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