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Death of a schoolgirl / Joanna Campbell Slan.

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  • 1 of 2 copies available at NC Cardinal.

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Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
Clemmons Branch FIC Campbell-Slan, Joanna [MYS] (Text) 0112519256849 Adult Fiction Mystery Checked out 03/11/2019
Lenoir Library F-M CAMPBELL SLAN Joanna (Text) 50669012572302 Adult Fiction Mystery Available -

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  • ISBN: 9781620904176
  • ISBN: 0425247740
  • ISBN: 9780425247747
  • Physical Description: viii, 339 pages ; 20 cm.
  • Edition: Berkley Prime Crime trade paperback ed.
  • Publisher: New York : Berkley Prime Crime, 2012.

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Summary, etc.: In her classic tale, Charlotte Brontë introduced readers to the strong-willed and intelligent Jane Eyre. Picking up where Brontë left off, Jane's life has settled into a comfortable pattern: She and her beloved Edward Rochester are married and have an infant son. But Jane soon finds herself in the midst of new challenges and threats to those she loves; Jane can't help but fret when a letter arrives from Adèle Varens, Rochester's ward, currently at boarding school, warning that the girl's life is in jeopardy. Although it means leaving her young son and invalid husband, and despite never having been to a city of any size, Jane feels strongly compelled to go to London to ensure Adèle's safety. But almost from the beginning, Jane's travels don't go as planned: she is knocked about and robbed, and no one believes that the plain, unassuming Jane could indeed be the wife of a gentleman; even the school superintendent takes her for an errant new teacher. But most shocking to Jane is the discovery that Adèle's schoolmate has recently passed away under very suspicious circumstances, yet no one appears overly concerned. Taking advantage of the situation, Jane decides to pose as the missing instructor and soon uncovers several unsavory secrets, which may very well make her the killer's next target.
Subject: Eyre, Jane (Fictitious character) Fiction
Schools England Fiction
Murder Investigation Fiction
Great Britain History 19th century Fiction
Genre: Fiction.
Mystery fiction.
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