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The Inheritors
Released the same day as the standard print edition
Title:
The Inheritors
Written by:
Hannelore Cayre 
Read by:
Sofia Greenacre 
Format:
Unabridged CD Audio Book 
Number of CDs:
Duration:
6 hours 41 minutes 
Published:
September 01 2020 
Available Date:
September 01 2020 
Age Category:
Adult 
ISBN:
9780655686446 
Genres:
Fiction; Literary Fiction 
Publisher:
Bolinda audio 
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International bestselling author
Award winning author

In her trademark razor-sharp style, Hannelore Cayre again delivers the sardonic humour and devilish creativity that made The Godmother an international bestseller.

She had been dead now for four days and I had become rich. Unimaginably rich. Blanche de Rigny has always considered herself the black sheep of the family. And a black sheep on crutches at that. But it turns out her family tree has branches she didn’t even know existed. And many of them are rotten to the core. As Blanche learns more about the legacy left by her wealthy Parisian ancestors, she decides a little family tree pruning might be in order. But great wealth also brings great responsibility – a form of richesse oblige, perhaps – and Blanche has a plan to use her inheritance to cure the world of its ills. Spanning two centuries, from Paris on the eve of the Franco-Prussian War to the modern day, this unforgettable family saga lays bare the persistent and poisonous injustice of inequality. In her trademark razor-sharp style, Hannelore Cayre again delivers the sardonic humour and devilish creativity that made The Godmother an international bestseller.

‘Richesse Oblige [The Inheritors] has everything we love about [Hannelore Cayre]; damaged but memorable characters, sharp language, ferocious humour, an undercurrent of political rage, a punchy narrative and lashings of subversion.’
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