This semi-biographical novel seamlessly blends fact and fiction to produce an account of Marilyn Monroe in the final years before her death in 1962.
This book, ‘discovered and edited’ from its original eighteenth century edition by Russell Potter, is the memoir of the unusual life of Toby.
Good people can do bad things, and the psychological motivations of those who commit evil acts are mysterious and complex.
During the early nineteenth century London’s docklands were rapidly developing, as the Thames provided the key route for trade into the city.
Anyone who has ever been in a relationship will probably have experienced irritation at a loved one’s forgetfulness.
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