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A Bracelet At Bruges

Auhtor: Arnold Bennett

Language: english

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Review by O. Brown, November 2009


Rating: (****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Summary of the Book 'A Bracelet At Bruges':

Albert Arnold Bennett (April 6 1849 ? October 12 1909) was a Baptist missionary and hymn composer who founded the Baptist Theological Seminary of Yokohama which later became Kanto Gakuin University.

Excerpts from the Book 'A Bracelet At Bruges':


... of wondrous belfries, towers, steeples, and other unique examples of Gothic architecture, did nothing whatever to assuage the sudden agony of ...
... with Madame Lawrence charming foreign accent, which had begun the tragedy. The three women had stopped to admire the always admirable view from ...
... to whom a five-hundred-pound bracelet is a bagatelle. They'll fish it up in no time. Well, Eve decided, you go to the police at once, ...
... no other plant. One of the lounge chairs was occupied when, just as the carillon in the belfry at the other end of the Place began to play Gounod's ...
... chirruped, let me present Mr. Cecil Thorold. He is appallingly rich, but we mustn't let that frighten us. From a mouth less adorable than ...
... and he managed his hat, stick, gloves, and cup with the dazzling assurance of a conjurer. To observe him at afternoon tea was to be convinced that ...
... Madame Lawrence's black silk dress. Now it's lost. If you will excuse me, kind friends, said Madame Lawrence, I will go. She spoke ...
... the Count. But it is a favourite theory of mine that everyone has his double somewhere in the world. Previously the Count had been discussing ...
... Oh, no, you don't, Mr. Thorold! Oh, no, you don't! Then there was a pause, and the twain looked down upon Bruges, with its venerable ...
... handing the glasses to Eve Fincastle, kindly glance down there. Follow the line of the Rue St. Nicolas. You see the cream-coloured house with ...
... he was introduced for the first time the day before yesterday, at ten o'clock this morning. Yes, it would be a very good match for the Count. When ...
... of lace. I have been an amateur of lace for some years, and really Madame Lawrence's collection is amazing. You have seen it? No? You should ...
... Let me try this toy, may I? Cecil asked blandly, and, upon Kitty agreeing, he addressed Planchette in a clear voice: Now, Planchette, ...
... are in error, she interrupted him. It is not the Count's room. It is mine. Last night I told the Count I had some important writing to do, and I ...
... Please don't laugh, Mr. Thorold. Yes, I did suspect. There was something in the demeanour of your servant Lecky that gave me the idea. ...
... of its restoration did she realise how precious the bracelet was to her. It was ten o'clock before Eve descended. She had breakfasted in her ...
... - that renders the case psychologically interesting. To proceed, Madame Lawrence became jealous. The Count spent six hours yesterday in trying to ...
... mystified, I visited the spot after you had left it, chatted with the gendarme on duty and got round him, and then it dawned on me that a robbery ...
... your friend. He gazed at her admiringly. I'm glad you are not a thief, Mr. Thorold, said Eve. Well, Cecil smiled, as for that, ...
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