Author: Diane Setterfield
Translator: Lee Jin
420 pages | 140 * 210mm | 551g
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About This Book
19th century Regent Street in London, England. Britain's first funeral supplies store opens. 'Bellman & Black' where he exhibits his death and sells mourning. The owner, Bellman, is proficient in all kinds of deaths, but does not know that there is death behind his back. Diane Setterfield, who made his debut film "The Thirteenth Story", has been waiting for 10 years and is looking for his readers again with
Setterfield's "magic of the story" went on again this time. In Part 1, you will find the textile factory in Fittingford, in Part 2, London's Regent Street, and in Part 3, in front of your eyes, the black waves of crows full of sky. Especially after moving to a huge funeral shop in London, the gothic fascination of the dark and delicate charm is also demonstrated without regret.