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The Mystery of the Locks

The Mystery of the Locks by E.W. Howe
By: (1853-1937)

"The Mystery of the Locks" by E.W. Howe is a gripping tale that keeps readers on the edge of their seats until the very end. The story follows a group of friends who stumble upon a series of locks in an old abandoned building, leading them on a thrilling quest to uncover the secrets hidden within. The character development is superb, with each member of the group bringing a unique perspective and skill set to the investigation. The suspense builds steadily throughout the narrative, keeping readers guessing at every turn. Howe's writing is engaging and descriptive, painting a vivid picture of the eerie setting and the complex mystery that unfolds. Overall, "The Mystery of the Locks" is a captivating read that will appeal to fans of mystery and suspense genres.

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Davy's Bend was a dying, lonely, uncared for river town. So when a stranger showed up one day and bought the old unoccupied house called 'The Locks' one dreary day, the inhabitants of the town were naturally very curious about the stranger, and very curious about his reasons for buying the old house. The Locks had been known for years to display at nighttime a single light showing up in one room, and there was one room in the house which was strictly off-limits to anyone. What was the history behind The Locks that nobody dared to talk about? What was the reason for the stranger's unannounced arrival and purchase of The Locks? Small, dying towns tend to keep their secrets to themselves, and Davy's Bend was no exception. Nor was the stranger's. (Introduction by Roger Melin)

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Reviews (Rated: 4 Stars - 1 review)

Reviewer: - September 21, 2013
Subject: A treat...
Excellent! Funny, sad and intelligent, with brilliant insights into human nature and the human condition. Read by master reader - Roger Melin.

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