3 edition of A double life found in the catalog.
A double life
Elizabeth Jane Sweetland Thompson
|Statement||by Eliza Thompson.|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm 85/7462 (P) |
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||38 p. ; 22 cm.|
|Number of Pages||38|
|LC Control Number||85172949|
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Loosely based on the Lord Lucan case, A Double Life is told from the adult perspective of one of the surviving children who was in the house when her /5. Loosely inspired by one of A double life book most notorious unsolved crimes of the 20th century – the Lord Lucan case – A Double Life is at once a riveting page-turner and a moving reflection on women and violence, trauma and memory, and class and privilege.
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Karolina Pavlova was a Russian poet in the nineteenth century and prior to reading this book, I knew absolutely zero about her/5. A Double Life. London doctor Claire Alden, the year-old narrator of this engrossing psychological thriller from Edgar-winner Berry (Under the Harrow), remains obsessed with finding answers decades after the horrific night when her nanny was slaughtered in her family’s Belgravia townhouse and her mother, Faye, was left near death.
A Double Life is an appealing novel, offering a colorful, penetrating portrait of Moscow's high society in those times, especially the lives of the wives and women in it. KIRKUS REVIEW. Berry’s (Under the Harrow, ) second thriller explores the effects of a brutal crime on the family of the alleged perpetrator nearly 30 years later.
Claire’s father, Lord Spenser, notorious for being one of the highest-ranking members of British society to. Flynn Berry’s second novel, A DOUBLE LIFE, is a fictional account of the Lucan escapade as told by one of his children, Claire, who is now a doctor living in London whose life was altered by the murders occurring when she was a child.
Julie Kirgo wrote that A Double Life is truly a picture of opposing forces, mirror images and deadly doubles: "Anthony John is at war with Othello, the elegant world of the theater is opposed to the squalid existence of Shelley Winters' Pat Kroll, and illusion versus reality are all conveyed in opposing lights and darks of Krasner's luminous photography."Music by: Miklós Rózsa.
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A Double Life was written for the screen by Ruth Gordon and Garson Kanin, who occasionally digress from the melodramatic plotline to include a few backstage inside jokes%. A Double Life is a crime novel, based on real people and events, about the daughter of England's most notorious murder suspect and her tireless Author: Sadie Trombetta.
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A Double Life: A Biography of Charles and Mary Lamb by Sarah Burton pp, Viking, £ Readers of Charles Lamb fall into two main camps. There are. NORMAN MAILER: A Double Life User Review - Kirkus.
Appropriately sprawling biography of the larger-than-life writer, brawler, provocateur and bon Mailer (), writes archivist and authorized biographer Lennon, grew up in a.
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Following Harper’s first pregnancy from conception to her daughter’s first word, A Double Life looks at how the biological facts of motherhood give rise to life-altering emotional and psychological changes.
It shows us how motherhood transforms the female body, hijacks a woman’s mind, and splits her life in two, creating an identity both brand new and as old as time. Flynn Berry makes clear at the start of A Double Life (Orion, £) that while the crime at the heart of her novel was inspired by the disappearance of Lord Lucan in .“A Double Life is that rare thing: a beautifully written page-turner.” — The Bookseller (London) “A thrilling page-turner [and] a compassionate and angry book: with forensic precision, Berry picks apart lives derailed by violence and the ways in which class privilege protects the guilty.” —Paula Hawkins, author of The Girl on the.A Double Life tells a story of Cecily, a young woman of Russian high society who is of marriagable age.
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