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Topic - Jacqueline Winspear
Charles Dickens would have recognized the sad story of Maudie Pettit, a 16-year-old rape victim who gives birth to her son Eddie in a stable with Bess the mare as her only witness.
Fred Vargas is a historian and archaeologist by profession who appears to write mysteries with her tongue firmly lodged in her cheek.