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Johnny Ludlow, Fifth Series

Mrs. Henry Wood

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .Never since had she come home in the same way at night but the same terror assailed her; and I must beg the reader to understand that this is no invention. Devoid of reason and unaccountable though the terror was, Lavinia Preen experienced it.

She went out often—two or three times a-week, perhaps—either to dine or to spend the evening. Captain Fennel and Nancy were still away, and friends, remembering Miss Preen’s solitary position, invited her.

October had passed, November was passing, and as yet no news came to Lavinia of the return of the travellers. At first they did not write to her at all, leaving her to infer that as the boat reached London safely they had done the same. After the lapse of a fortnight she received a short letter from Nancy telling her really nothing, and not giving any address. The next letter came towards the end of November, and was as follows:

“My dear Lavinia,

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Community Reviews

This is an entertaining book of stories set in mid Victorian England. It gives a good picture of the life and attitudes of the day. Some of the religious aspects will probably be too mawkish for many modern day readers but one just had to remember when it was written and set.