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The Ghost Breaker

Charles Goddard and Paul Dickey

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .Princess. Suppose I decide to help you?

Jarvis. What do you mean?

Princess. You have no fear of death? You are not afraid of ghosts?

Jarvis. No, I'm not afraid of ghosts.

Princess. If you escape from here it will be because I helped you—we might say I saved your life, if what you tell me is true—and if I do it, it will be from a selfish motive entirely—it will be because I have work for you. Do you understand? Work—hard work—dangerous work. It may mean your life in the end.

Jarvis. You are frank, anyway.

Princess. It's a chance—and you have nothing to lose.

Jarvis. And if I agree?

Princess. You will begin by taking the ancient feudal oath of my country.

Jarvis. Oath? Isn't my word good enough?

Princess. You will pardon me if I insist.

[11]Jarvis. Very well—I'll swear the blackest oath you can utter. Let's hear it.

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Community Reviews

This book reads like propaganda for both Kentucky and the confederacy while being laughably stupid. It has a stupid overconfident main character, a goal-focused princess with a ridiculously long name, a shady duke who is obsessed with trying to date his cousin (a.k.a the princess), and Dusty the loy

I read this because several movies were made of it including ones by Crosby and Hope, and Martin and Lewis. Both under different names. I thought it might be fun to do on stage.

Due to it's age, several characters would have to be rewritten and language and characterization of the time would make it

I really enjoyed this. I actually listened to a dramatic reading via livrivox (which I recommend to those who like myself can't afford audible). It was an interesting tale with mystery, a princess, and a ghost.