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"This is a story about passion, bloodshed, desire, and death: everything, in fact, that makes life worth living." --Irma la Douce
Bastille Day special! For a limited time only, get the eBook version of The Executioner's Heir and/or A Tale of Two Cities: A Reader's Companion for US$2.99 or equivalent (at all Amazon sites worldwide, Kobo, iTunes, and Smashwords). Visit the book pages via the Works page or the links at the right of your screen for more information.
A Reader's Companion
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eBook $2.99 for a limited time
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An annotated edition of Charles Dickens's classic novel, with 780 footnotes and mini-essays on Georgian & Victorian England and the French Revolution.
“I was probably in college the last time I read A Tale of Two Cities, and I enjoyed it very much. This time, reading Alleyn’s wonderful annotated edition full of helpful comments and clarifications, I found the experience doubly enjoyable.” (Brian Strayer, Ph.D., Department of History, Andrews University)
Available worldwide in eBook with embedded notes and trade paperback formats. Read more via the book link in the right-hand column.
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