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Review of ‘The Girl Who Would Speak for the Dead’

The Girl Who Would Speak for the Dead, by Pennsylvania novelist Paul Elwork, was inspired by the Fox sisters, three 19th-century siblings who claimed they could communicate with the dead. Elwork sets his novel in the early 1920s, when the memories of the Great War were fresh enough for grieving families to pursue methods of…

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