An Eye for a Tooth, a Limb for an Eye

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How far would you go to wreak revenge on the person who has ruined your life?

When Rhoda Buckleshott, stylish young English teacher at Sir Winston’s girls’ school, is unceremoniously sacked, she swears that she will not rest until she has destroyed her nemesis, the headteacher, Mrs Beddington.

Perceiving her dismissal as an act of reverse snobbery against her privileged upbringing and upper-class accent, Rhoda embarks on a campaign against Mrs Beddington that becomes more severe and outlandish at every step. And as Rhoda’s obsession spins out of control, the strain of her reign of terror takes a terrible toll on her mental state.

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1 review for An Eye for a Tooth, a Limb for an Eye

  1. Suzanne Marsh

    Eleanor Berry certainly has her own unique way with writing novels. Eleanor specialises in black humour, she inherits a taste for the macabre from her maternal grandmother. How far would you go to wreck revenge on the person who has ruined your life ? In a girl’s school in London’s west end, headteacher Mrs Beddington was an inverted snob and resented Rhoda Bucleshott’s upper-class accent. Mrs Beddington teaches her pupils to write correct English. Due to Miss Buckleshott teachings her girls to write in a pompous and antiquated manner, Miss Buckleshott is dismissed. Rhoda Buckleshott has an obsession for revenge against headmistress Mrs Beddington. Is Rhoda becoming mentally deranged?

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