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A Coin Of Edward Vii

Auhtor: Fergus Hume

Language: english
Published: 1903

Genres:

mysterydetective,  fiction and literature
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Review by Beth Cholette, October 2008


Rating: (***)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Summary of the Book 'A Coin Of Edward Vii':

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Excerpts from the Book 'A Coin Of Edward Vii':


... Look at poor Daisy Kent out in the cold, while that woman monopolizes Ware. Ugh.. Is Miss Kent engaged to Mr. Ware.. For three years ...
... ache Daisy had come, and from all she could see she had not accomplished her aim. However, she still tried to wring some sign of emotion from the expression ...
... starting, but he managed to control his voice and speak carelessly. Ah, and how is that. he asked, busy with the wheel. She is going to-morrow. ...
... that Miss Denham's credentials were good. She had been governess in an Italian family, and ha.- He stopped suddenly, and started up. In Italy she ...
... your detective life with searching out this case.. Morley, late Joe Bart, shook his head. There is no difficulty about this case to tempt me, ...
... you will. Let us say no more on the subject. I wish to tell you why I came.. It is sure to be a more disagreeable subject, retorted Giles then ...
... What does this mean.. The boy began to sob, and drew his coat-sleeve across his eye with a snuffle. I thought it was all right, he said, or ...
... up Steel and learn what fresh discoveries had been made in connection with the Rickwell crime. He went to New Scotland Yard and asked for the detective, ...
... and I thought there would be no trouble.. There has been, then, said Mrs. Parry triumphantly. The sexton and your gardener quarrelled, and ...
... give her some money. But this Mr. Franklin had no intention of doing. You can go now, he said, pointing with his stick towards an ornamental bridge ...
... given Anne. And here he found it in the grounds of the Priory. This would argue that she was in the neighborhood, in the house it might be. She had ...
... I mean with the man you fled with-the man Wilson.. I don't know any one called Wilson.. Anne.-he looked at her keenly-I implore you ...
... Kent's death that came to me.. Your brother would have found means to get it. I believe he will find means yet.. I don't understand you. Will ...
... could be said of Portia, she was very loyal to the outcast. There was nothing for it but for Ware to depart. And this he did. What was the best thing ...
... that's all right, said Morley, jubilantly. I have settled everything. An old aunt of mine has died and left me a couple of thousand ...
... course, but I did not know that until later. Then Steel came in, if you remember, and hinted that the red cross was the symbol of such a gang. Your talk ...
... Denham pretended to play the part, and she has only lately been undeceived. Also, Mr. Steel, you must know that there is no Walter Franklin. The man at ...
... her freckled face swollen with weeping appeared. She did not seem astonished at the sight of the men in uniform. Perhaps she had seen them lurking ...
... You can face Denham when you return and ask him what are his grounds for accusing you.. If ever I do come back, said Dane gloomily. And the conversation ...
... you learn all this. asked Giles, glancing at the confession which was in Morley's own handwriting. At various times. I did not suspect him at first. ...