Cover of File No 113

File No 113

Auhtor: Emile Gaboriau

Language: english
Published: 1867

Genres:

fiction,  mystery detective
Downloads: 216
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Review by Dr. Bojan Tunguz, April 2008


Rating: (***)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Summary of the Book 'File No 113':

Harrigans File is a collection of stories by author August Derleth. It was released in 1975 by Arkham House in an edition of 4102 copies. The book collects all of Derleths science fiction. The stories are about newspaper reporter Tex Harrigan.

Excerpts from the Book 'File No 113':


... But the evil is done. Yesterday evening I locked the money up: it has disappeared, and yet the safe has not been broken open. You must be mad! exclaimed ...
... monsieur. The poor fellow obeyed. Slowly and with swelling heart he returned to the Rue Notre Dame de Lorette. He asked himself how he could serve Prosper, ...
... yet, uttered as it was in this formal, brief tone, it seemed to strike him with a horror which rendered him incapable of opening his lips. What have ...
... All of you at the police office say that so often, that he has gained his reputation by it: you are just as sharp as he is. Well, we will see. ...
... as if he had lost every friend on earth. And Mme. Fauvel, and???Prosper hesitated???and Mlle. Madeleine, how are they? Oh, said Raoul lightly, ...
... a rich banker in Paris. No person of the name of Lagors lives in the district of Arles.' That is all, said M. Verduret don't you think it enough? Really, ...
... that she was sacrificing herself for the benefit of someone else? That superior will which compelled her to banish you may have constrained this step ...
... in his arm a furious stab, which would have instantly killed him had it penetrated his breast. Anger, more than pain, made him cry out: Ah, you ...
... surface indeed, they can scarcely stand steadily upon it. This circumstance brought the gendarmes to a dead halt. Four rash hussars ventured in the ...
... been calling on all of her neighbors to bid them farewell, saying that her daughter had entirely recovered her health, and that she was going to take ...
... oak stricken by lightning, the marquis tottered and fell when these fatal words sounded in his ears. The doctor soon arrived, but alas! only to say ...
... she undergo the greatest privations for his sake! If she could but send him enough money to support him comfortably! But no she could not take this ...
... man, who considered this sum a mere trifle. Mamma Lagors won't object to footing his bills mammas are created for the special purpose of paying bills. And, ...
... a hundred flint-lock muskets which were on board the Tom Jones. Gaston soon saw that he was serving his apprenticeship on a slaver, one of the many ships ...
... an opportunity sensible men make one. What did we agree upon in London? We were to implore my good mother to assist us a little, and, if she complied ...
... fermented in Louis's brain as he journeyed from Pau to Paris. He troubled his mind not in the least about Raoul, determined to use him as a tool ...
... objected Raoul. You know there are certain forms to be gone through, and he can claim a longer time wherein to pay it over. That is true, but ...
... bargain I give you my hand in exchange for the honor and life of my aunt and of course you must give me some guarantee to secure the performance of ...
... Fauvel determined to resolve them by showing the letter to his wife but a torturing thought, more terrible than any he had yet suffered, made him ...
... of age when he became intimate with a worthless set of people, and turned out badly. Lord Murray, who was very indulgent, pardoned many grave faults ...