Published October 1, 1998
by Penguin Classics .
Written in English
|Contributions||Jenny Bourne Taylor (Editor, Introduction), Russell Crofts (Introduction)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||512|
Lady Audley's Secret was written shortly after Wilkie Collins's The Woman in White, the novel which defined the era of "sensation novels" mystery and suspense are piled on high). After exhausting Wilkie Collins's collection of major works I hungered for something which would leave me again in page-turning heaven/5(49). In addition, the book includes an up-to-date bibliography and a full chronology of Braddon's life and work. Lady Audley's Secret was an immediate bestseller, and readers have enjoyed its thrilling plot ever since its first publication in This marvelous new edition introduces Braddon's portrait of her scheming heroine to a new generation 4/4(21). Lady Audley's Secret was first published in serial form, meaning it appeared in short installments at regular intervals rather than all at once. This method of publishing, which was common in the Victorian period, suited works that were dramatic and suspenseful because readers would be motivated to anxiously await the next installment to see what would : Mary Braddon. About Lady Audley’s Secret. Graceful and lovely Lady Audley may not be all that she seems in this Victorian-era equivalent of Gillian Flynn’s Gone Girl—with an introduction by Flynn Berry, the Edgar Award–winning author of Under the Harrow and A Double Life Lady Audley is young, beautiful, and universally adored.
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