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Biter Bit

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Biter Bit by Wilkie Collins is a thrilling and suspenseful novel that keeps readers on the edge of their seats from beginning to end. The story follows the clever and cunning character Arthur Darley, who finds himself in a dangerous game of betrayal and deception.

Collins does a fantastic job of building tension throughout the book, leaving readers guessing about the true intentions of the characters until the very end. The plot is full of unexpected twists and turns that keeps the reader engaged and eager to find out what happens next.

The characters in Biter Bit are well-developed and complex, adding depth and intrigue to the story. Arthur Darley is a particularly compelling character, with his quick wit and sharp mind making him a formidable opponent in the game of deception.

Overall, Biter Bit is a gripping and enthralling read that is sure to captivate fans of mystery and suspense. Collins' masterful storytelling and clever plot twists make this novel a must-read for anyone looking for a thrilling and engaging story.

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"The Biter Bit" is a humorous short story by British writer Wilkie Collins. Originally published as "Who is the Thief?" in the April 1858 issue of The Atlantic Monthly, it was retitled and published with nine other short stories in the 1859 book, The Queen of Hearts. The tale is told in epistolary form, recounting a comedy of errors involving a young wannabe police detective -- with an exaggerated sense of his own investigatory skills -- and a minor theft of banknotes. Can you spot the guilty party before the rookie figures it out? - Summary by Louise J. Belle

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Reviews (Rated: 5 Stars - 1 review)

Reviewer: - October 19, 2016
Very good and reasonably well written of. Ten stories in one. All very interesting. Readers were all good to very good. Very enjoyable book.

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