Mary Elizabeth Braddon

Lady Audley's Secret

‘Lady Audley's Secret’ by Mary Elizabeth Braddon is a Victorian sensation novel and her most famous and well-known work.
In this story, which combines elements from detective novels, psychological thrillers, and romance, the heroine Lady Audley is living an upper-class life with seemingly no secrets.
Soon, however, truths of bigamy, arson, and murder are uncovered, as the assumptions of femininity are challenged.
This novel will surely delight fans of Thomas Hardy’s ‘Far From the Madding Crowd’.
Mary Elizabeth Braddon was a popular English novelist writing in the Victorian era. She is best known for her sensation novel ‘Lady Audley's Secret’, published in 1862, which has been dramatised for TV and film several times.

While this was the novel that found her fortune as a bestseller, Braddon continued to publish works until her death in 1915, penning several works of supernatural fiction, ghost stories, and historical fiction.
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