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Issue Details: First known date: 2012 2012
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'Juniper, living deep in the forest with her parents, is stunned to discover that the beautiful girl living isolated in a nearby tower is her sister. When the two girls meet, what begins as a fascination and a friendship ultimately develops into something truly sinister.

'A story of jealousy, passion and power, Beauty's Sister is a dark and gripping reimagining of one of our oldest tales, Rapunzel, from acclaimed novelist James Bradley.' (From the publisher's website.)

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    • Camberwell, Camberwell - Kew area, Melbourne - Inner South, Melbourne, Victoria,: Penguin , 2012 .
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      Extent: 1v.p.
      • Publication date: 23 April 2012.
      ISBN: 9781742535777 (ebk.)
      Series: y Penguin Shorts Penguin (publisher), Camberwell : Penguin , 2012- Z1858634 2012 series - publisher short story prose correspondence autobiography

      'Penguin Shorts, Penguin's digital series of short works, offers readers engaging, entertaining non-fiction and fiction for approximately the same price as a cup of coffee, designed to be read over a long commute or during a lunch hour.

      'Shorts colours are inspired by the original Penguin Livery: Orange - Fiction, Dark blue - Memoir, Yellow - History, Pink - Cookery and Turquoise - Contemporary nonfiction.

      '"Our ambition in this digital publishing venture is not to experiment with quality but with form: our aim is to fill a current gap by bringing readers high-quality work that is too short for a book and too long for a magazine, so that you need never be without a something satisfying to read."' - Ben Ball, Publishing Director, Penguin General

      Source: Penguin website,
      Sighted: 07/05/2012

Last amended 7 May 2012
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