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Merricat Blackwood lives on the family estate with her sister Constance and her uncle Julian. Not long ago there were seven Blackwoods—until a fatal dose of arsenic found its way into the sugar bowl one terrible night. Acquitted of the murders, Constance has returned home, where Merricat protects her from the curiousity and hostility of the villagers. Their days pass in happy isolation until cousin Charles appears. Only Merricat can see the danger, and she must act swiftly to keep Constance from his grasp.

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We Have Always Lived in the Castle
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A small weird masterpiece.
January 24th, 2013
Loved this book even more than The Lottery, though it has things in common with it. The horror of small town life, and pack mentality, with the quiet and frightening strangeness of those the town pursues. Merricat the narrator has the distinction of being someone lovely and creepy at the same time. Highly recommended!
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