Charlotte Bronte's Thunder by Michele Carter
Approx. 214,750 words.
Published on July 24, 2011.
Nonfiction » Biography » Woman biographies.
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Charlotte Brontë, author of 'Jane Eyre,' spent most of her life concealing a secret. Like a wizard or magician, she could conjure thousands of anagrams in her mind and then hide them inside the pages of her writing. In her childhood, this talent was a novelty, but later her secret code took on immense proportions and serious consequences when she wrote about corruption and murder in her township.