Cover the Mirrors - Faye L. Booth Reviews
Description:ISBN 0330460870 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Faye L. Booth / Paperback / 336 Pages / Book is published 2008-09-05 by Pan Books
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Molly was fifteen when she began working with the dead ...
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by - written on 13/06/09 (Very useful, 88 readings)
I regularly buy books from Amazon, and love the feature that recommends books you may like based on your recent purchases. Browsing through this section I have found some great books. This was one of the books Amazon thought I might like, though I'm not sure which book bought led them to this assumption. ~ Plot ~ Cover The Mirrors by Faye L Booth, tells the story of Molly Pinner, orphaned at birth and raised by her medium Aunt Florrie, during the height of spiritualisms popularity in Victorian Preston. Molly's life had started poor, in the slums, but at the age of 16, her Aunt and herself find themselves wealthy due to the popularity of ... Read the complete review
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