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The Child's Child

The Child's ChildWhen thirtysomething siblings Grace and Andrew Easton inherit Dinmont House, their grandmother's musty London mansion, they giddily move in. But their...The Child's ChildFiction, Mystery and ThrillerWhen thirtysomething siblings Grace and Andrew Easton inherit Dinmont House, their grandmother's musty London mansion, they giddily move in. But their...2012-12-14Scribner
THE CHILD'S CHILD Barbara Vine

THE CHILD'S CHILD Barbara Vine

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The Child's Child

Genre: Fiction, Mystery and Thriller; Author: Barbara Vine; Status: In Season; Publisher: Scribner

When thirtysomething siblings Grace and Andrew Easton inherit Dinmont House, their grandmother’s musty London mansion, they giddily move in. But their good fortune soon gets upended by a bizarre series of events in The Child’s Child, especially the discovery of an old manuscript that seems to depict their own lives. In the hands of Vine, otherwise known as Ruth Rendell, the book-within-a-book strategy evolves into something infinitely more intricate — a sinister, constantly shifting Rubik’s Cube of motives, betrayals, and violence. A

Originally posted December 14 2012 — 12:00 AM EST

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