The Crimson Petal And The White
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Good 0156028778 1ST HARVEST EDITION 2003. COVER HAS SOME CREASING AND SHELF WEAR. 901 PAGE TEXT HAS SOME WEAR. HISTORICAL FICTION. 5.5" X 8". WE USE BUBBLE MAILERS.
The Crimson Petal and the White meets Fight Club in this page-turning novel set in the world of female pugilists and their patrons in late-eighteenth-century England. Moving from a filthy brothel to a fine manor house, from the world of street fighters to the world of champions, The Fair Fight is a vivid, propulsive historical novel announcing the arrival of a dynamic new talent.
From "The New York Times" best-selling author of "The Crimson Petal and the White," Michel Faber's "The Fire Gospel" is a wickedly funny, acid-tongued, media-savvy picaresque that delves into our sensationalist culture. Theo Griepenkerl, a Canadian lingui
In the vein of TheDiviners and The Crimson Petal and the White, Razorhurst reimagines the notorious history of mob-controlled Sydneyâ with aparanormal twist. Sydney ¢â -â ¢s deadly Razorhurst neighborhood, 1932.Gloriana Nelson and Mr. Davidson, two ruthless mob bosses, have reached afragile peaceâ one maintained by ¢â -Å razor men. ¢â - Kelpie, orphaned and living on thestreet, is blessed and cursed with the ability to see Razorhurst ¢â -â ¢s many ghosts, and she sees the cracks already forming in their truce.
In the vein of The Diviners and The Crimson Petal and the White, Razorhurst reimagines the notorious history of mob-controlled Sydney-with a paranormal twist. Sydney's deadly Razorhurst neighborhood, 1932. Gloriana Nelson and Mr. Davidson, two ruthless mob bosses, have reached a fragile peace-one maintained by "razor men." Kelpie, orphaned and living on the street, is blessed and cursed with the ability to see Razorhurst's many ghosts, and she sees the cracks already forming in their truce.
London, in the first days of spring, has buds that open and flowers that suddenly shake their petals-white, purple, or crimson-in competition with the display in the garden beds, although these city flowers are merely so many doors flung wide in Bond St