The Inheritance


Author: Louisa May Alcott

Here at last is the book ‘Jo’ wrote. Generations of fans have longed to plumb that first romance, hinted at so captivatingly on the pages of Little Women, Alcott’s autobiographical classic. Now after nearly one hundred fifty years spent among archived family documents, Louisa May Alcott’s debut novel finally reaches its eager public.,Set in an English country manor, the sto….Read More

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