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Amusement Only

Richard Marsh

Book Overview: 

This is a collection of 12 short stories of mystery and humor, which are, as the title says, for amusement only.

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .e chaplain to let his charges see that he was at least acquainted with their phraseology. But on this occasion there was no response. The officer in charge of Mankell, who possibly wanted his dinner, put in his oar.

"Telling fortunes, sir."

"Telling fortunes! Oh! Dear me! How sad! You see what telling fortunes brings you to? There will be no difficulty in telling your fortune if you don't take care. I will see you to-morrow morning after chapel."

The chaplain turned away. But his prediction proved to be as false as Mankell's were stated to have been. He did not see him the next morning after chapel, and that for the sufficient reason that on the following morning there was no chapel. And the reasons why there was no chapel were very curious indeed--unprecedented, in fact.

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Community Reviews

This book contained a variety of short stories from different genres including mystery, romance and the supernatural. The common thread between them though was, as the title indicates, amusement. Some stories were comedic and others simply had an ironic twist. A few of the stories were duds and o...more