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No Name is so good I even put it ahead of 'Woman in White' and 'Moonstone' two other great Collins novels. The characters are a total delight of fictional imagination. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Coach Z
I like the twists and turns. I was on the edge of my seat wondering who would be the victor.Published 3 months ago by Linda Rayland
No name may not be his best but certainly Collins has crafted a good tale worth reading. In typical style the first half of the book establishes character and setting which makes... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Alan
Richly drawn characters, brilliantly contrived plot, suspense, intrigue, moral dilemmas, romance, and a bit of humor. I consider this to be Collins' best work.Published 5 months ago by NB
As always, Wilkie Collins presents a wonderful story. The characters are strong and like able, the mystery strong and intriquingPublished 5 months ago by Evelyn Popejoy
Great novel on the position of illegitimate children in the Victorian age. The story tells us about the law and moral injustice, greed and averice, revenge and deceit, love and... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Ria B.
If you are interested in a convoluted story thread told in the superior style and language of the very best of the 19th Century English authors, this is an excellent read.Published 9 months ago by Marion the librarian
If you have never read Wilkie Collins then you have missed out on a great deal!Published 11 months ago by Amazon Customer