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Opium and absinthe : a novel —Kang, Lydia, author.

New York City, 1899. Tillie Pembroke's sister lies dead, her body drained of blood and with two puncture wounds on her neck. Bram Stoker's new novel, Dracula, has just been published, and Tillie's imagination leaps to th...

Quackery : a brief history of the worst ways to cure everything —Kang, Lydia, author.

"What won't we try in our quest for perfect health, beauty, and the fountain of youth? Well, just imagine a time when doctors prescribed morphine for crying infants. When liquefied gold was touted as immortality in a gla...

The impossible girl —Kang, Lydia, author.

"Manhattan, 1850. Born out of wedlock to a wealthy socialite and a nameless immigrant, Cora Lee can mingle with the rich just as easily as she can slip unnoticed into the slums and graveyards of the city. As the only fem...

A beautiful poison —Kang, Lydia, author.

Just beyond the Gilded Age, in the mist-covered streets of New York, the deadly Spanish influenza ripples through the city. But with so many victims in her close circle, young socialite Allene questions if the flu is rea...

The November girl —Kang, Lydia, author.

Fleeing his abusive uncle, Hector runs away to the remote Isle Royale on Lake Superior, where he must weather vicious autumn storms and contend with a half-human spirit of the island named Anda.

Control —Kang, Lydia, author.

In 2150, when genetic manipulation has been outlawed, seventeen-year-old Zelia must rescue her kidnapped sister with the help of a band of outcasts with mutated genes.

Quackery a brief history of the worst ways to cure everything —Kang, Lydia, author.
Book On MP3
2018
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"What won't we try in our quest for perfect health, beauty, and the fountain of youth? Well, just imagine a time when doctors prescribed morphine for crying infants. When liquefied gold was touted as immortality in a gla...

Quackery : A Brief History of the Worst Ways to Cure Everything —Kang, Lydia, author.
EBook
2017

What won't we try in our quest for perfect health, beauty, and the fountain of youth? Well, just imagine a time when doctors prescribed morphine for crying infants. When liquefied gold was touted as immortality in a glas...

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