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Run to Earth

M. E. Braddon

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A captivating “sensation” novel by the author of Lady Audley's Secret, Run to Earth has it all: scoundrels and mercenaries, love and lust, jealousy, intrigue, and suspense.

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .ll not doubt her," he thought, as he walked onward in the moonlight, too proud and too honourable to linger in order to hear anything more that Miss Graham might have to say. "I will not doubt the wife I love so fondly, because idle tongues are already busy with her fair fame. Already! We have not been married two months, and already evil tongues drop the poison of doubt into my ear. It seems too cruel! But I will watch her with this man. Her ignorance of the world may have caused her to be more familiar with him than the rigid usages of society would permit. And yet she is generally so dignified, so reserved—apt to err on the side of coldness rather than of warmth. I must watch!—I must watch!"

Never before had Sir Oswald known the anguish of distrust. But his was an impulsive nature, easily swayed by the force of any absorbing passion. Blindly, unquestionably, as he had abandoned himself to his love for Honoria Milford, so now he abandon. . . Read More

Community Reviews

I spent about three years reading sensation novels and I love very much this genre.
The stories could be a little bit unrealistics, but they're surely a great entertainment, with murders, disguisments, deceptions, kidnappings and more.
This one in particular is an excellent example of Mary Elizabeth

A riveting sensation novel. Loses steam at the end, wrapping up to quickly and failing to come to a satisfying conclusion but the various characters are wonderfully developed, especially the deliciously evil Victor Carrington and the noble stooge he tempts into ever greater sin. My favorite of Bradd


Not as good as other by the same author.

In my opinion the story is an early, "Regency Romance", having been written in the Victorian period, as a sensation novel, it is actually set about 30 years prior to the time of writing (not publication) during the very late Regency era. I think this is import

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