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Fever

Fever
A bold, mesmerizingly told story about the woman known as 'Typhoid Mary' and once described as 'the most dangerous woman in America'
Our Price: €8.74
ISBN/EAN9781471112980
Stock: 1
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Ltd
Pub. Date: August 29 2013
Author: Keane, Mary Beth
Format: Paperback
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They called her Typhoid Mary. They believed she was sick, that she was passing typhoid fever from her hands to the food that she served. They said she should have known. But Mary wasn't sick. She hadn't done anything wrong. She wasn't arrested right away. There were warnings. Requests. And when she was finally taken, she did not go quietly. Branded a murderer and condemned by press and public alike, Mary continued to fight for her freedom, no matter the cost. Mary Beth Keane's fictional account presents us with a very cleverly wrought conundrum: was Mary Mallon a selfish monster or a hounded innocent?
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