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Henry More Smith: The Mysterious Stranger

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Henry More Smith: The Mysterious Stranger follows the story of a young man named Henry who mysteriously appears in a small town and quickly becomes the talk of the town. The author, Walter Bates, expertly weaves together elements of mystery, suspense, and intrigue to create a captivating narrative that keeps readers on the edge of their seats.

One of the standout aspects of this book is the rich character development. Henry is a complex and enigmatic protagonist, and Bates does an excellent job of gradually revealing more about his past and motivations as the story unfolds. The supporting cast of characters is equally well-written, adding depth and complexity to the overall narrative.

The pacing of the story is well-executed, with suspense building steadily throughout the book leading to a satisfying climax. Bates does a great job of keeping readers guessing and the twists and turns of the plot will keep readers engaged until the very end.

Overall, Henry More Smith: The Mysterious Stranger is a compelling and engrossing read that will appeal to fans of mystery and suspense. With its well-crafted plot and intriguing characters, Walter Bates has created a memorable story that will linger in readers' minds long after they've finished the book.

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Sometime in the month of July, 1812, nearly a hundred years ago now, a well dressed, smooth spoken man, less than thirty years of age, made his appearance at Windsor, Nova Scotia. The story as told in subsequent pages by Sheriff Bates is unique in criminal annals and is worthy of careful perusal. - Summary Adapted from the Preface

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