- Author:Wendy Robertson
- Publisher:Magna Large Print Books (August 1, 2000)
- Pages:416 pages
- Subcategory:Genre Fiction
- FB2 format1485 kb
- ePUB format1691 kb
- DJVU format1234 kb
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. The story of Mary Ann Cotton, an alleged serial killer hanged for murder in 1873, is here seen through the eyes of Londoner Victoria Kilburn.
Wendy Robertson, County Durham. Wendy Robertson is a consummate practitioner of the crossover novel, one foot in the 'now' the other in the 'then' but with this book she has planted both feet firmly on the same historical path and the results are wonderful. About creating writing, publishing and selling long fiction . The Pathfinder' has allowed me to bury two of my reading bête noirs. One is that I don't like historical fiction, the other is that I avoid books that make me cry. However this book has confounded both of these prejudices.
Recent Titles by Wendy Robertson. So in the end I actually made a better living working from home.
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Self-Made Man: My Year Disguised as a Man is a book by journalist Norah Vincent, recounting an 18-month experiment in which she disguised herself as a man-"Ned"-and then integrated into traditionally male-only venues, such as a bowling leag.
Self-Made Man: My Year Disguised as a Man is a book by journalist Norah Vincent, recounting an 18-month experiment in which she disguised herself as a man-"Ned"-and then integrated into traditionally male-only venues, such as a bowling league and a monastery. She described this as "a human project" about learning. She states at the beginning that she is a lesbian but not transgender. In the book, she describes her experiences as a man in strip clubs, on dates, and as part of a men's support group.