129: Signed copy of KILL-GRIEF by Caroline Rance + typeset of chapter 1 + signed gin miniature with Kill-Grief labelPosted: March 13, 2011
ITEM: I’m offering a signed copy of KILL-GRIEF, the typescript of chapter 1 with all my editing scribbles on it PLUS a signed gin miniature with Kill-Grief label – there are only 50 of these in the world.
DETAILS: Chester, 1756: Mary Helsall is a reluctant nurse with a lot to hide. From the stormy seashore to the screams of the operating theatre, and from a backstreet gin shop to the chilling dungeons of the gaol, she searches for an independent future. Before she can find it, she must fight the attraction of oblivion and decide whether addiction is a fair price to pay for love.
BIO: Caroline Rance writes historical fiction with a focus on the dark and gruesome, and is currently working on her second novel, The Love of Freaks. She runs The Quack Doctor, a popular website about the strange history of patent medicines. The site was recently shortlisted as Best Literary Medical Blog of 2010 in the Medgadget Awards.