The Trial of Sören Qvist by Janet Lewis,Kevin Haworth

By Janet Lewis,Kevin Haworth

Originally released in 1947, The Trial of Sören Qvist has been praised via a few critics for its fascinating plot and Janet Lewis’s robust writing. And within the creation to this new version, Swallow Press govt editor and writer Kevin Haworth calls awareness to the modern feeling of the story—despite its having been written greater than fifty years in the past and set numerous hundred years some time past. As in Lewis’s best-known novel, The spouse of Martin Guerre, the plot derives from Samuel March Phillips’s nineteenth-century examine, Famous instances of Circumstantial Evidence, within which this British felony historian thought of the trial of Pastor Sören Qvist to be the main amazing case.

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