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A Queen Error

Auhtor: Henry Curties

Language: english
Published: 1911

Genres:

mysterydetective
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Review by Daniel G. Lebryk, April 2008


Rating: (***)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Excerpts from the Book 'A Queen Error':

... took it. Now, she continued, cast your eyes round this room, and see if you can detect where the secret safe is hidden.. I looked round the ...
... asked. He took my breath away for a few moments and I couldn't answer him, then I regained my presence of mind. What key. I asked, though I had ...
... the police.. Of course, I answered what should I want to run away for.. Very well, then, he said with a nod and a smile. I will take it that ...
... answer for his appearance what more do you want, Mr. Inspector.. The inspector wanted nothing more. Within five minutes I was sitting by a glorious ...
... my glance went to his eyes. They were complete he had another glass one in the socket, and it exactly matched the real one. He came towards ...
... spent a very happy ten days with them in the glorious old mansion full of recollections and relics of bygone ages. Its very red brick ...
... to my feet, and ran to the man, who was standing holding his arm but quick as I was the Duke was there before me. Are you hurt, my man. he asked ...
... nightmare of the little carved casket which I was to carry with me. I decided I would take no risks with it. I would go and fetch it from my solicitors ...
... Held Up.CHAPTER XII. HELD UP. Rio with its heat, its tramways, and its great sea wall its Botanical Gardens in which once more I had the delight ...
... gang, big strong fellows, came in, and I prepared for a strong resistance. Before, however, the men touched me, Sir Rupert Frampton's face appeared ...
... back to you and we can have our talk. You shall tell me all about the poor Baroness.. The kind old man pressed me down into a comfortable lounge ...
... casket had reached its destination. . Chapter Xiv. The Casket.CHAPTER XIV. THE CASKET. Now there are two favours I wish to ask you, ...
... to walk off with old d'Alta's girl.. You bet, confirmed the Naval, he's fairly on the job. What is he.. Well, he's the cousin of that young ...
... Dolores was with me and she made sunshine everywhere. We had been a fortnight on our return voyage, when an incident occurred which filled ...
... to do with it. asked the Don. The theory is, sir, replied Bull, that something is buried under that loose earth. It may be stolen property. It ...
... of starting when two passengers, evidently in a great hurry, made their appearance at the window. One was an old gentleman with a white beard, wearing ...
... bodies. You will be discovered, tried, and executed.. The Duke laughed aloud. They don't execute Serene Highnesses, he replied but, at any rate, ...
... terrace, monsieur and madame, announced our attendant nun, it is the wish of Madame la Comtesse.. We arose silently, and went forth on to the sunlit ...
... cost to others. The Prince of Rittersheim-. Rittersheim. I exclaimed, interrupting her. Yes, she continued, Adalbert, the eldest son of ...
... with great subtilty, till in the end my simple people who once had loved me and my family grew to hate me, and to look upon Waldemar, even the Royalists, ...