This is a somewhat haunting novel that features unexpected twists. Well written, well read. Characters are realistic and stick with you for quite a while.
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Why would you choose an American female to read Kipling, and one who doesn't know how to pronounce "Leicester Square" and "threepenny bit"? Kipling is the quintessential English Public School educated male, so it just seemed amazingly inappropriate and spoiled my enjoyment of of an interesting story.
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