Sins of the Suffragette Allan Levine

ISBN: 9781894283168

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Sins of the Suffragette  by  Allan Levine

Sins of the Suffragette by Allan Levine
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When Sam Klein investigates the murder of Emily Munro, a suffragette with many sordid secrets, he enters a world of womens rights in 1914 Winnipeg. Here he encounters famous activist Nellie McClung as well as the uneasy tension between VictorianMoreWhen Sam Klein investigates the murder of Emily Munro, a suffragette with many sordid secrets, he enters a world of womens rights in 1914 Winnipeg.

Here he encounters famous activist Nellie McClung as well as the uneasy tension between Victorian morality and real life. Like its predecessor, The Blood Libel, Sins of the Suffragette transports readers back in time to experience the streets, sounds, and smells of the wickedest city in the Dominion where immigrants from the citys tough North End struggle to find an identity in a world dominated by white middle-class WASPs.



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