The Vanishing Act of Esme Lennox

Maggie O'Farrell (Author)
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Product Details

Price
$15.99  $14.71
Publisher
Harvest Books
Publish Date
June 02, 2008
Pages
245
Dimensions
5.45 X 0.67 X 7.96 inches | 0.55 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780156033671
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About the Author

Maggie O'Farrell is the author of four previous novels, including the acclaimed The Vanishing Act of Esme Lennox and After You'd Gone. Born in Northern Ireland in 1972, she grew up in Wales and Scotland. She now lives in Edinburgh with her family.

Reviews

PRAISE FOR "THE VANISHING ACT OF ESME LENNOX"Β "I found this actually unputdownable, written with charge and energy and a kind of compelling drive, a clarity and a gripping dramatic insidiousness reminiscent of classic writers like Rebecca West and Daphne du Maurier." --Ali Smith
"Almost ridiculously pleasurable . . . shocking, heartbreaking, and fascinating." --"The Times "(London)
PRAISE FOR"THE VANISHING ACT OF ESME LENNOX" "I found this actually unputdownable, written with charge and energy and a kind of compelling drive, a clarity and a gripping dramatic insidiousness reminiscent of classic writers like Rebecca West and Daphne du Maurier." --Ali Smith

"Almost ridiculously pleasurable . . . shocking, heartbreaking, and fascinating." --"The Times"(London)
PRAISE FOR "THE VANISHING ACT OF ESME LENNOX" "I found this actually unputdownable, written with charge and energy and a kind of compelling drive, a clarity and a gripping dramatic insidiousness reminiscent of classic writers like Rebecca West and Daphne du Maurier." --Ali Smith
"Almost ridiculously pleasurable . . . shocking, heartbreaking, and fascinating." --"The Times "(London)
PRAISE FOR "THE VANISHING ACT OF ESME LENNOX""I found this actually unputdownable, written with charge and energy and a kind of compelling drive, a clarity and a gripping dramatic insidiousness reminiscent of classic writers like Rebecca West and Daphne du Maurier." --Ali Smith
"Almost ridiculously pleasurable . . . shocking, heartbreaking, and fascinating." --"The Times "(London)"