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The Forger's Wife - A Tale of Literary Deception and Victorian Betrayal

John Lang

Publisher: Good Press

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Summary

In 'The Forger's Wife' by John Lang, the readers are immersed in a thrilling tale of deception, love, and betrayal set in the backdrop of Victorian England. Lang's writing style is characterized by rich imagery, intricate plot twists, and well-developed characters that keep the readers engaged till the very last page. The novel is a fine example of a historical fiction exploring themes of morality, identity, and the consequences of one's actions in a society bound by strict social norms. Lang's attention to detail and vivid descriptions transport the readers back in time, making them feel like a part of the story. John Lang, a renowned author known for his expertise in historical fiction, brings a unique perspective to 'The Forger's Wife'. His background in law and history provides him with the necessary tools to craft a gripping narrative filled with suspense and intrigue. Lang's deep understanding of the Victorian era shines through in his meticulous research and portrayal of the time period, making the story come alive for his readers. For lovers of historical fiction and mystery genres, 'The Forger's Wife' by John Lang is a must-read. With its compelling storyline, well-drawn characters, and atmospheric setting, this novel is sure to captivate and entertain readers looking for a mesmerizing literary escape into the past.
Available since: 11/09/2021.
Print length: 122 pages.

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