"Deftly drawn. An accomplished retelling…The reader need not be a devotée of Branwell Brontë or Daphne du Maurier or even the Gothic genre to take pleasure in this novel; the butterflies are brightly colored and the display well-lit."―Washington Post
Folding biographical details of its real-life heroine, Daphne de Maurier, into a page-turning plot, Daphne is a deftly crafted literary mystery: a tale of obsession and possession, of stolen manuscripts and forged signatures, of love lost and love found.
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