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Great Porter Square: A Mystery - Volume 3

B. L. Farjeon

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .st is not playing alone; there is a master mind behind her. Who that master mind is it was necessary for me to discover, and I have made the discovery. I shall not be surprised if, in the letter I[32] shall write to you to-morrow night I am able to tell you something of the very greatest moment.

Fanny’s danger was this: She had told a clever story; had invented a sister, and had furnished a tolerably fair excuse for forcing herself upon a lady of Mrs. Holdfast’s position. But she had spoken of herself and her sister living in lodgings in London. If there is one thing Mrs. Holdfast desires at present to avoid it is the slightest chance of anything coming before the public which would tend to prove that she and Grace who destroyed Sydney Campbell are one and the same person. Perhaps the only person who, in an indirect way, is aware of this fact (that is, to Mrs. Holdfast’s knowledge) is Fanny. Here was a risk; and between Fanny’s fir. . . Read More

Community Reviews

Murder, Mystery, Money - 4.5 stars

The book page tells the reader nothing about the story, so the reader isn’t quite sure what to expect. It is a murder-mystery, set in the mid to latter half of the 19th century. The style of writing seems unusual at first, but the reader quickly becom...more