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As many Wilkie Collins works "No Name" is utterly captivating, well written, and ... unbelievable. But does this matter? Read morePublished 21 days ago by Claude Roessiger
This is one of the most engaging and well-constructed novel I've ever read. I had a difficult time doing anything else once I'd gotten into the story.Published 1 month ago by AliceM
Wow! Characters so well defined. It was obvious to me that Collins hated to leave these people and their lives. He trailed them out to the last. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Marion L. Moore
Every time I read a Wilkie Collins novel, I think, 'This one is my favorite.' Then I read the next one.... Loved this!Published 2 months ago by S. Kay Murphy
As good or better than his other novel. Twists and turns that captured my attention! Will be so sorry when I read the last of his priceless books!!Published 8 months ago by sissyjazzmom
My favorite of his books so far. It has everything; intrigue, plot twists, moral dilemmas, and more. He is a master of character development and this book is no exception.Published 9 months ago by Joyce Faulk
Not great. Plot rather contrived and lacking in credibility by modern day standards.Published 9 months ago by Amazon Customer
Wilkie Collins' writing in this book reminded me strongly of Dickens. It is profoundly psychologically minded and lends the motives and actions of the characters complete... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Richard James Schiffer