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TPS: 193 x 124mm with 144 pages and 11 illustrations by Cam Kennedy.
About this book:
A respectable London lawyer, John Utterson, is compelled to uncover the strange connection between his old friend, the brilliant scientist Dr Henry Jekyll, and the brooding and dangerous stranger Edward Hyde. As he investigates further he uncovers a truly horrifying story of deception. Robert Louis Stevenson's novella Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde is a gripping allegory on good and evil. "Born of a nightmare" and "produced in white-hot haste", it is said that Stevenson's first manuscript was consigned to the fire, but his second attempt became a publishing sensation in 1886.
This terrifying tale has the power and urgency today to shock readers and keep them hooked by its suspense and mystery.
This edition is unabridged, and is set in a clear modern typeface. It contains exclusive illustrations by graphic artist Cam Kennedy, and is suitable for teachers and for use in schools.