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AN INCONVENIENT WIFE is a rich blend of suspense, social history (America in the 1880s), and passion. Chance delivers a powerfully written page-turner about a woman's struggle to escape the confines of her time, class, and gender. Literary historical fiction is an extremely popular genre, as demonstrated by such bestsellers as Matthew Pearl's "The Dante Club (Random House, 2/03) and Michael Faber's "The Crimson Petal and the White (Harcourt, 9/02). Megan Chance is the author of "Susannah Morrow (Warner, 10/02), which captured the extraordinary drama of the Salem witch trials; as well as the historical romance novels "A Season in Eden (Harper, 1999), "The Gentleman Caller (Harper, 1998), "The Way Home (Harper, 1997), and "Fall from Grace (Harper, 1997).

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AN INCONVENIENT WIFE is a rich blend of suspense, social history (America in the 1880s), and passion. Chance delivers a powerfully written page-turner about a woman's struggle to escape the confines of her time, class, and gender. Literary historical fiction is an extremely popular genre, as demonstrated by such bestsellers as Matthew Pearl's The Dante Club (Random House, 2/03) and Michael Faber's The Crimson Petal and the White (Harcourt, 9/02). Megan Chance is the author of Susannah Morrow (Warner, 10/02), which captured the extraordinary drama of the Salem witch trials; as well as the historical romance novels A Season in Eden (Harper, 1999), The Gentleman Caller (Harper, 1998), The Way Home (Harper, 1997), and Fall from Grace (Harper, 1997).

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With a rich blend of suspense, social history, and passion, Chance delivers a powerfully written page turner about a woman's desperate struggle to escape the confines of her time, class, and gender.

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ISBN:
9780446694865
Author:
Chance, Megan
Publisher:
Grand Central Publishing
Subject:
Historical - General
Subject:
Hypnotism
Subject:
Psychological
Subject:
Married women
Subject:
Historical fiction
Subject:
Domestic fiction
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Literature-A to Z
Subject:
General Fiction
Subject:
Upper classes; New York society; Husbands and wives; Role of women; Oppression; Mental depression; Hypnosis; Transformations; Infidelity; Psychiatric patients; Independence
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Publication Date:
20051228
Binding:
Paperback
Language:
English
Pages:
432
Dimensions:
7.96x6.48x1.11 in. .78 lbs.

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"Synopsis" by , AN INCONVENIENT WIFE is a rich blend of suspense, social history (America in the 1880s), and passion. Chance delivers a powerfully written page-turner about a woman's struggle to escape the confines of her time, class, and gender. Literary historical fiction is an extremely popular genre, as demonstrated by such bestsellers as Matthew Pearl's The Dante Club (Random House, 2/03) and Michael Faber's The Crimson Petal and the White (Harcourt, 9/02). Megan Chance is the author of Susannah Morrow (Warner, 10/02), which captured the extraordinary drama of the Salem witch trials; as well as the historical romance novels A Season in Eden (Harper, 1999), The Gentleman Caller (Harper, 1998), The Way Home (Harper, 1997), and Fall from Grace (Harper, 1997).
"Synopsis" by , With a rich blend of suspense, social history, and passion, Chance delivers a powerfully written page turner about a woman's desperate struggle to escape the confines of her time, class, and gender.
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