The Pharmacist's Wife: Vanessa Tait



The Pharmacist’s Wife: Vanessa Tait


“The Pharmacist’s Wife” by Vanessa Tait is a gripping historical novel set in Victorian England, following Rebecca Palmer as she uncovers dark secrets and fights for her freedom in a society that seeks to control her.”

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“The Pharmacist’s Wife” by Vanessa Tait is a gripping historical novel set in Victorian England, exploring themes of power, deception, and the role of women in society. The story follows the life of Rebecca Palmer, a young woman who marries Jonathan, a pharmacist in the rural town of Clifton, after a whirlwind romance.

As Rebecca settles into her new life as a wife, she quickly realizes that her husband is not the man she thought he was. Jonathan is controlling and manipulative, keeping Rebecca isolated from the outside world and subjecting her to his whims and desires. Despite her growing unease, Rebecca tries to make the best of her situation, finding solace in her friendship with a local doctor named Robert Thorne.

However, Rebecca’s world is turned upside down when she discovers a dark secret hidden within the walls of her husband’s pharmacy. As she delves deeper into Jonathan’s past, Rebecca uncovers a web of lies, deceit, and murder that threatens to destroy everything she holds dear.

As tensions escalate and danger looms, Rebecca must summon all of her strength and courage to confront the truth and fight for her freedom. Along the way, she forms unexpected alliances and discovers her own inner resilience, defying the expectations of society and challenging the constraints placed upon her as a woman in Victorian England.

Through Tait’s evocative prose and vivid characterizations, “The Pharmacist’s Wife” paints a vivid portrait of life in Victorian England, where appearances can be deceiving and the truth is often hidden beneath layers of deception. With its gripping plot and rich historical detail, the novel offers readers a compelling glimpse into a bygone era and the struggles faced by women fighting for independence and autonomy.”

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Weight 260 g

Vanessa Tait





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