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Great stuff and great value
on 6 February 2012
I love the works of Wilkie Collins, it's a shame he's not so widely read these days as his contemporary Charles Dickens. The Woman in White and The Moonstone can stand up to anything else published in the 19th century, I think, and Collins's books read very well for a modern audience. You don't have all the weirdly convoluted sentences you find in Dickens all the time.
And this edition is very good value for money, too.