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Goodnight, Vivienne, goodnight /

Carroll, Steven,

Goodnight, Vivienne, goodnight / Steven Carroll. - Pymble, NSW : Fourth Estate Australia, 2022. - 243 pages ; 24 cm. - Eliot quartet ; 4 . - Carroll, Steven, 1949-. Eliot quartet ; [4]. .

"Miles Franklin award winning author". -- Front cover.

"London, June 1940: Vivienne Haigh-Wood, the mercurial wife of celebrated poet TS Eliot, is about to effect a daring escape from Northumberland House, the private insane asylum where she has been held for the past four years. There is an old law, Vivienne has been told, that if a person can break out of an asylum and stay free for thirty days, proving they can look after themselves, they can't make you go back. But closing in on Vivienne is the young Detective Sergeant Stephen Minter, a man with a hidden past of his own, who has orders to track her down..." -- Back cover.


Eliot, Vivienne, 1888-1947 --Fiction.
Eliot, Vivienne, 1888-1947.


Missing persons--Fiction.
Psychiatric hospital patients--Fiction.
Missing persons.
Psychiatric hospital patients.

London (England)--History--1800-1950--Fiction.
Londres (Angleterre)--Histoire--1800-1950--Romans, nouvelles, etc.

AUS historical fiction (Victoria)

Psychological fiction.
Australian fiction
Biographical fiction.
Historical fiction.
Historical fiction.
Biographical fiction.

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