In 1880s Milwaukee, a reticent heiress finds herself forced to step into society upon her father’s untimely death. But with her newfound visibility comes a bizarre mystery around the real source of the manufacturing fortune she’s inherited. Will her discoveries destroy her . . . or remake her altogether?
Inspired by the popularity of serialized fiction in the Victorian era, and E.E. Kellett’s 1901 novel The Lady Automaton, The (Re)Invention of Alethia Grey chronicles one woman’s evolution from recluse to rebel-on-the-run. Years later, in the custody of a terrified government, she finally agrees to speak out about what really happened.
If, of course, she’s actually telling the truth . . .
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