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Alias Grace: TV Tie-In Edition
Written by:
Margaret Atwood 
Read by:
Sarah Gadon 
Unabridged CD Audio Book 
Number of CDs:
15 hours 57 minutes 
December 01 2017 
Available Date:
December 01 2017 
Age Category:
Fiction; Historical Fiction 
ABC Audio 
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AUD$ 49.95

International bestselling author

Shortlisted The Man Booker Prize 1996
Shortlisted Orange Prize for Fiction 1997
Winner The Giller Prize 1996

Now a major NETFLIX series – Atwood's most captivating, disturbing and satisfying work since The Handmaid's Tale.

'Sometimes I whisper it over to myself: Murderess. Murderess. It rustles, like a taffeta skirt along the floor.' Grace Marks. Female fiend? Femme fatale? Or weak and unwilling victim? Around the true story of one of the most enigmatic and notorious women of the 1840s, Margaret Atwood has created an extraordinarily potent tale of sexuality, cruelty and mystery. Sixteen years have passed since teenaged Grace was locked up for the cold-blooded murder of her employer Thomas Kinnear and his lover, Nancy Montgomery. Saved from the gallows where her alleged accomplice was hanged, Grace claims to have no memory of the events which changed her life for ever. Dr Simon Jordan is an expert in the field of amnesia. His objective is to unlock the dormant part of Grace's mind and discover the truth behind one of the most enigmatic and notorious women of all time. Was Grace an unwitting accessory, or a cold-blooded killer?

'an explosive mixture of murder, sex and class conflict'
The Daily Mail

'Brilliant ... Atwood's prose is searching. So intimate it seems to be written on the skin.'
Hilary Mantel

'A sensuous, perplexing book, at once sinister and dignified, grubby and gorgeous, panoramic yet specific ... I don't think I have ever been so thrilled ... This, surely is as far as a novel can go.'
The Independent on Sunday