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A Mysterious Disappearance

A Mysterious Disappearance by Louis Tracy
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Lady Dyke disappears mysteriously, and barrister and hobby detective Claude Bruce appears to be one of the last persons to have seen her. A short time later a dead body is found in the river, and Bruce follows the trails. Who is Sydney H. Corbett? Why did the Lady's maid disappear shortly after her Lady? And what business did Lady Dyke have at Sloane Square? If Bruce can find the answer to these questions, he will find the solution to the mystery. (Introduction by Carolin)

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Copyright, 1905, by EDWARD J. CLODE

The Plimpton Press Norwood Mass.


I " Last Seen at Victoria !" 1 II Inspector White 12 III The Lady's Maid 22 IV No. 61 Raleigh Mansions 30 V At the Jollity Theatre 41 VI Miss Marie le Marchant 48 VII In the City 56 VIII The Hotel du Cercle 64 IX Breaking the Bank 72 X Some Good Resolutions 83 XI Theories 91 XII Who Corbett Was 101 XIII A Question of Principle 109 XIV No. 12 Raleigh Mansions 119 XV Mrs. Hillmer Hesitates 131 XVI Foxey 142 XVII A Possible Explanation 152 XVIII What Happened on the Riviera 163 XIX Where Mrs... Continue reading book >>

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Reviews (Rated: 3 Stars - 3 reviews)

Reviewer: - July 19, 2019
Subject: A Mysterious Disappearance
Great story - intriguing plot - loved insight into time period - great dialogue and characters! I enjoyed the reader - slight accent increased the feel of mystery. Great job!
Reviewer: - August 1, 2017
Subject: A Mysterious Disappearance
I absolutely loved this book.
Reviewer: - September 29, 2015
Could not finish the story because the narrator's voice seems to be trying to immolate one of those flatline computer voices. What a shame. Wish narrators would just speak in a normal, conversational voice.

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