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If you enjoy convoluted mysteries written in old style English then this is right up your alley. Enjoy!Published 3 days ago by Cynthia Y. Markowitz
I am only about half done reading this, but I am really enjoying it. It holds my attention well. It took a little while to get use to the writing style but it is well done.Published 5 days ago by pam
Good story but difficult to read because of the use of Old English terms.Published 5 days ago by Bev Dahlberg
well written and was penned as one of the first mysteries in it's day. Back in the late 1800's. Holds your interest all the way.Published 6 days ago by beverly hansen
This book was wonderful to read. It is thought to be predictable, but ends up exciting and driving you on to learn more.Published 8 days ago by Liebelta
Delightful reading of a culture lost to the average USA citizen, human nature has not changed, we are just over stimulated.Published 10 days ago by mary Jennings
The twists and turns of this story kept me guessing. A bit wordy at times, but never the less enjoyable.Published 12 days ago by Nila Smith
This is one of the best classic books I've ever read! It captured my attention from the first page to the last. Bravo!Published 13 days ago by William Irwin
Intriguing with fascinating character development and surprising plot twist.Published 13 days ago by Amazon Customer