Phantom Fortune, by Mary Elizabeth Braddon

phantom-fortune-novel-braddon-m-e-paperback-cover-artThis book was okay, but mostly just gossipy fluff-intrigue. Stolen fortunes, hidden identities, societal corruption, etc. I can see why it didn’t stand out among the many books written at that time, and it didn’t really live up to Lady Audley’s Secret, which is the only other book by Braddon I’ve read. Still, it was a fun read, even if not very memorable.

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