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Hardcover:

9781416583301 | Simon & Schuster, April 28, 2009, cover price $25.00

Paperback:

9781416583318 | Reprint edition (Simon & Schuster, December 1, 2009), cover price $16.00

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By Lyndsay Faye and Simon Vance (narrator)

CD/Spoken Word:

9781441768117 | Unabridged edition (Blackstone Audio Inc, December 1, 2010), cover price $90.00

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New York City, 1845. Timothy Wilde tends bar near the Exchange, saving every dollar in hopes of winning the girl of his dreams. Then his dreams are incinerated in a downtown fire, leaving Timothy disfigured, unemployed, and homeless -- until his older brother obtains him a job in the newly minted NYPD. One night after his rounds in the notoriously down-and-out Sixth Ward, Timothy runs into a little slip of a girl covered head to toe in blood.

Hardcover:

9781410448859 | Large print edition (Thorndike Pr, July 6, 2012), cover price $30.99 | About this edition: New York City, 1845.
9780399158377 | 1 edition (Putnam Pub Group, March 15, 2012), cover price $25.95
9780755386741 | Gardners Books, March 15, 2012, cover price $24.25

Paperback:

9780425261255 | Reprint edition (Putnam Pub Group, March 5, 2013), cover price $16.00

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Hardcover:

9781410462992 | Large print edition (Thorndike Pr, October 23, 2013), cover price $30.99
9780399158384 | Putnam Pub Group, September 17, 2013, cover price $26.95
9780755386789 | Gardners Books, September 17, 2013, cover price $33.45

Paperback:

9780425270882 | Putnam Pub Group, August 5, 2014, cover price $16.00

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Since Speech in the English Novel first appeared in 1973, it has won international recognition as an important pioneering study of a topic that lies on the frontiers of literature and linguistics - the nature and function of fictional dialogue and its relationship to real speech. Drawing on a wide range of examples from many periods, the book includes general and theoretical chapters and also case-studies of particular texts, as well as a whole chapter devoted to Dickens. It has been found stimulating and useful by teachers and students in many countries, and has been praised by numerous scholars. The Year's Work in English Studies described it as a 'classic'; Studia Neophilologica said that it 'opened up new vistas for research'; Language and Style found that it 'admirably bridges the gap between linguistics and English studies', and English Studies judged it 'a thoroughly readable and even entertaining book'. This new edition incorporates numerous revisions, new examples, and additions to the bibliographies.

Hardcover:

9780399169489 | Putnam Pub Group, May 12, 2015, cover price $26.95

Paperback:

9780425276266 | Reprint edition (Putnam Pub Group, April 5, 2016), cover price $16.00
9780391035638, titled "Speech in the English Novel" | 2nd edition (Prometheus Books, January 1, 1988), cover price $12.50 | also contains Speech in the English Novel | About this edition: Since Speech in the English Novel first appeared in 1973, it has won international recognition as an important pioneering study of a topic that lies on the frontiers of literature and linguistics - the nature and function of fictional dialogue and its relationship to real speech.

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Nominated for the 2017 Edgar Award for Best NovelThe reimagining of Jane Eyre as a gutsy, heroic serial killer that The New York Times Book Review calls “wonderfully entertaining” and USA Today describes as “sheer mayhem meets Victorian propriety.” “A thrill ride of a novel. A must read for lovers of Jane Eyre, dark humor, and mystery.”—PopSugar.com“Reader, I murdered him.”A sensitive orphan, Jane Steele suffers first at the hands of her spiteful aunt and predatory cousin, then at a grim school where she fights for her very life until escaping to London, leaving the corpses of her tormentors behind her. After years of hiding from the law while penning macabre “last confessions” of the recently hanged, Jane thrills at discovering an advertisement. Her aunt has died and her childhood home has a new master: Mr. Charles Thornfield, who seeks a governess.Burning to know whether she is in fact the rightful heir, Jane takes the position incognito and learns that Highgate House is full of marvelously strange new residents—the fascinating but caustic Mr. Thornfield, an army doctor returned from the Sikh Wars, and the gracious Sikh butler Mr. Sardar Singh, whose history with Mr. Thornfield appears far deeper and darker than they pretend. As Jane catches ominous glimpses of the pair’s violent history and falls in love with the gruffly tragic Mr. Thornfield, she faces a terrible dilemma: Can she possess him—body, soul, and secrets—without revealing her own murderous past? A satirical romance about identity, guilt, goodness, and the nature of lies, by a writer who Matthew Pearl calls “superstar-caliber” and whose previous works Gillian Flynn declared “spectacular,” Jane Steele is a brilliant and deeply absorbing book inspired by Charlotte Brontë’s classic Jane Eyre.

Hardcover:

9781410490797 | Large print edition (Thorndike Pr, July 27, 2016), cover price $31.99
9780399169496 | Putnam Pub Group, March 22, 2016, cover price $27.00 | About this edition: Nominated for the 2017 Edgar Award for Best NovelThe reimagining of Jane Eyre as a gutsy, heroic serial killer that The New York Times Book Review calls “wonderfully entertaining” and USA Today describes as “sheer mayhem meets Victorian propriety.

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