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The Marsh King’s Daughter

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In The Marsh King’s Daughter, Karen Dionne skilfully blends hard-core survivalism with tense family drama, all wrapped up in the appropriately swampy marshland of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. Can you ever leave the past behind, if your father was a notorious child abductor who kept your mother and yourself in captivity for the first 12 years of your life? Both nature and the paternal bond are at their most raw in this psychologically rich story which will have you gasping in page-turning horror, yet also linger in your mind long after you finish reading. Read our full review here.


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