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A Final Reckoning

G. A. Henty

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. . . went over to see him; and as he was the bearer of a letter from Mr. Ellison to the governor of the jail, he was able to obtain admittance.

"Was there ever such an unfortunate fellow as I am?" Reuben exclaimed, after the first hearty greeting. "Here am I for the second time accused of a crime of which I am innocent; and from which, indeed, in the present case I am a sufferer; and all this has come about, simply because I went out of my way to inquire into what seemed to me a suspicious business."

"Tell me all about it, Reuben. I have heard the statement you made to the chief constable; but tell it me again, with every detail you can think of. Some circumstance, which appears to you as trifling, may furnish a clue."

"I have seen Mr. Brogden, the lawyer. I have told him all that happened," Reuben said; "but of course, I will gladly tell you again."

And Reuben repeated the story of the adventure, with every detail that he could think of; speak. . . Read More

Community Reviews

This book is so racist. Granted the Victorian language makes it look bad but still this book has not caused my view of Henty Togo up. Pick one of his battle books like For The Temple instead.

I greatly enjoyed this 1887 novel which included a table of contents and original black and white illustrations by W.B. Wollen (This is a Kobo copy: eBook release: December 2009 ISBN: 1990001233269 General Books LLC, 2009 - 236 pages General Books publication date: 2009 Original publication date:...more

I listened to this on audio it was not a great recording but a lot better than some. The story was sweet, but predictable. Still it was interesting and quite a good historical fiction. The ending annoyed me the most, being an australian I was a bit put out about how the epilogue ended.