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Judith Lee

Richard Marsh

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Judith Lee is a young woman with an unusual gift, she can read lips at a distance as well as she can hear the person next to her. Her skill leads her into a number of adventures.

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Community Reviews

:The Complete Adventures of Judith Lee" is a compilation of the short stories, originally published in magazines in the early 20th century, by Richard Marsh. Marsh is primarily known as the author of the supernatural thriller "The Beetle" (1897) which outsold the other supernatural thriller release

A bit of an oddity this one, a collection of short stories originally published in the Strand magazine in the early 20th century. Very much of their time but an interesting lady protagonist who detects by lip reading.

In August, 1911 the popular magazine The Strand (Vol. 2, #248) first began to serialize the adventures of a young woman in a short story written by Richard Marsh (1857-1915) called "Judith Lee. Pages from Her Life: I -- The Man Who Cut Off My Hair." In 1916 Methuen put together its own collection o

Les aventures de Judith Lee est un recueil de nouvelles, qui elles sont parue initialement en 1916 dans le journal The Stand Magazine. Ces histoires mettent en scène Judith Lee, professeur pour sourds-muets et espionne à ses heures perdues, grâce à son talent qui est celui de lire sur les lèvres. Bi