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Between the Dark and the Daylight

Richard Marsh

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .I insinuate nothing. I only want to know what this fuss is about. As I wish to dress for dinner, perhaps you'll tell me in a couple of words."

"Agatha, where's that bag?"

"How should I know?"

"Haven't you got it?"

"Got it? Do you suppose I have a museum in which I preserve rubbish of the kind?"

"But--what have you done with it?"

"You might as well ask me what I've done with last year's gloves."

"Agatha--think! More hinges upon this than you have any conception. What did you do with that bag?"

"Since you are so insistent--and I must say, Philip, that your conduct is most peculiar--I will think, or I'll try to. I believe I gave the bag to Jane. Or else to Mrs. Pettigrew's little girl. Or to my needle-woman-. . . Read More

Community Reviews

Interesting short stories.

super fun little read...glad I found it in the Ebook library.

A delightful group of stories by Richard Marsh first published in 1902. The quaint language and customs of the time added enjoyment in the reading. I may have to explore Mr. Marsh's again sometime.

I'm beginning to think the titles of Marsh's short story collections mean precisely bugger all, as there's only a meagre amount of the dark in this group of tales, mostly concerned as they are with furious and ignorant country bumpkins, romances and the usual rapidly esculating farces. They're pe...more