“I’m reading an older book by Josephine Tey called ‘Brat Farrar.’ It’s very well written.” - Marti Healy, Aiken
“It was eight years since Patrick had vanished leaving a pitiful note, ‘I’m sorry but I can’t bear it any longer. Don’t be angry with me, Patrick.’ Now it seemed, he had returned – just in time to claim the family inheritance. But if Patrick really had committed suicide, who was this mysterious young man claiming to be him and calling himself Brat Farrar?” – barnesandnoble.com
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