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Kate Williams first novel, The Pleasures of Men , is a gothic thriller with a splash of brutal murder. Spitalfields, 1840. A murderer nicknamed The Man of Crows. A heroine with a mysterious past and a vivid imagination. Catherine Sorgeiul lives with her Uncle in a rambling house in Londons East End. When a murderer strikes, ripping open the chests of young girls and stuffing Kate Williams first novel, The Pleasures of Men , is a gothic thriller with a splash of brutal murder. Spitalfields, 1840. A murderer nicknamed The Man of Crows. A heroine with a mysterious past and a vivid imagination. Catherine Sorgeiul lives with her Uncle in a rambling house in Londons East End. When a murderer strikes, ripping open the chests of young girls and stuffing hair into their mouths to resemble a crows beak, Catherine is fascinated, and devours news of his exploits. As the murders cause panic throughout the city, she comes to believe she can channel the voices of his victims and that they will lead her to The Man himself. But shes already far closer than she realises - and lurking behind the lies shes been told about her past are secrets more deadly and devastating than anything her imagination can conjure. Dark and compelling, The Pleasures of Men marks Kate Williams as a stunning new voice in historical fiction. Wonderfully imaginative and gripping The Times Intense, intelligent and hugely entertaining Guardian Intoxicating and disturbing ... Shows a soaring talent let loose Independent on Sunday Fans of Sarah Waters will love this Good Housekeeping A spine-tingling and seductive thriller Woman & Home Kate Williams is an academic and historian who specialises in social history. Her first two historical biographies, Englands Mistress , and Becoming Queen , were widely acclaimed and the Independent called her one of our finest young historians. She discusses history regularly on TV and radio, including Newsnight , BBC Breakfast , The One Show and the Today Programme, covered the Royal Wedding for the BBC and presented a Timewatch programme on Queen Victoria. She is the social historian on Restoration Home with Caroline Quentin. Kate has a DPhil from Oxford and two MAs from London, and teaches on the MA in Creative Writing at Royal Holloway.

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Kate Williams first novel, The Pleasures of Men , is a gothic thriller with a splash of brutal murder. Spitalfields, 1840. A murderer nicknamed The Man of Crows. A heroine with a mysterious past and a vivid imagination. Catherine Sorgeiul lives with her Uncle in a rambling house in Londons East End. When a murderer strikes, ripping open the chests of young girls and stuffing Kate Williams first novel, The Pleasures of Men , is a gothic thriller with a splash of brutal murder. Spitalfields, 1840. A murderer nicknamed The Man of Crows. A heroine with a mysterious past and a vivid imagination. Catherine Sorgeiul lives with her Uncle in a rambling house in Londons East End. When a murderer strikes, ripping open the chests of young girls and stuffing hair into their mouths to resemble a crows beak, Catherine is fascinated, and devours news of his exploits. As the murders cause panic throughout the city, she comes to believe she can channel the voices of his victims and that they will lead her to The Man himself. But shes already far closer than she realises - and lurking behind the lies shes been told about her past are secrets more deadly and devastating than anything her imagination can conjure. Dark and compelling, The Pleasures of Men marks Kate Williams as a stunning new voice in historical fiction. Wonderfully imaginative and gripping The Times Intense, intelligent and hugely entertaining Guardian Intoxicating and disturbing ... Shows a soaring talent let loose Independent on Sunday Fans of Sarah Waters will love this Good Housekeeping A spine-tingling and seductive thriller Woman & Home Kate Williams is an academic and historian who specialises in social history. Her first two historical biographies, Englands Mistress , and Becoming Queen , were widely acclaimed and the Independent called her one of our finest young historians. She discusses history regularly on TV and radio, including Newsnight , BBC Breakfast , The One Show and the Today Programme, covered the Royal Wedding for the BBC and presented a Timewatch programme on Queen Victoria. She is the social historian on Restoration Home with Caroline Quentin. Kate has a DPhil from Oxford and two MAs from London, and teaches on the MA in Creative Writing at Royal Holloway.
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Title Pleasures of Men Height 12.9
Kate Williams Width 2.5
ISBN-13 9780241954546 Binding Paperback
ISBN-10 Spine Width
Publisher Faber And Faber (penguin India) Pages 416
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