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The Mask

The Mask by Florence Irwin
By: (1869-19??)

The Mask by Florence Irwin is a riveting psychological thriller that will keep readers on the edge of their seats until the very last page. The story follows protagonist Sarah, a woman who seems to have it all - a successful career, a loving husband, and a beautiful home. However, a series of unsettling events begin to unravel the facade of Sarah's perfect life, leading her to question everything she thought she knew about herself and the people around her.

Irwin's writing is gripping and atmospheric, drawing readers into Sarah's world as she navigates the dark secrets and hidden motives of those closest to her. The characters are complex and multidimensional, each with their own motivations and flaws that add layers of intrigue to the story. The pacing is steady, building tension with each twist and turn until the explosive climax that will leave readers reeling.

Overall, The Mask is a compelling and thought-provoking read that will linger in the minds of readers long after they turn the final page. Florence Irwin has crafted a masterful tale of deception and betrayal that will keep readers guessing until the very end.

Book Description:
The mask is the one which we all wear, even though unconsciously, to hide our thoughts and feelings. Alison Terry wore one, though she had never realized it until she faced a crisis in her life. Alison, a girl of sympathetic mood and action whose keen intelligence is overbalanced by the inexperience of innocence and a sheltered upbringing, goes to New York with her erratic husband, Phil Howland. She passes through various stages of disillusionment inevitably resulting from cheap boarding-house life, association with the undesirable friends of her husband, and the discovery that Phil himself is selfish and lacking in ambition, a man whose chief interests seem to lie in restaurant-life and gambling. Then comes tragedy in the loss of their little child in a horrible accident for which Phil is responsible. The splendid strength with which Alison forces him to forgive himself and the subsequent loneliness and suffering, lead to the establishment of a mutual bond of sympathy, understanding and encouragement which starts them on the road to their ultimate happiness. Miss Irwin has written a story that rings true, and its publishers recommend "The Mask" with unusual confidence.

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