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The Madness of May

Meredith Nicholson

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .They had coffee in the living-room, where Hood, inspired by specimens of the work of several of the later French painters, discussed art with sophistication. Deering observed him intently. There was something immensely attractive in Hood’s face; his profile, clean-cut as a cameo, was thoroughly masculine; his head was finely moulded, and his gray eyes were frank and responsive.

“It’s possible,” said Deering, after a long silence in which Hood smoked meditatively, “that you may be able to help me.” 26

On a sudden impulse he rose and put out his hand.

“Thank you,” said Hood gravely, “but don’t tell me unless you really want to.”

27 II

“So after all the bother of stealing two hundred thousand dollars’ worth of negotiable securities you lost them!” Hood remarked when Deering ended his recital.

Deering frowned and nodded. Not only . . . Read More

Community Reviews

Silly is the only way to describe this one but it was a quick read. Reminded me of some of the madcap movies made in the thirties.

Such an odd tale. The Madness of May is about a fictional book, a book that brings on May madness to its readers. The fictional author intended it to be a "text book of happiness". Whatever it is, it turns one into a freaky freak show. Weird as this little classic gem is, I'd be lying if I said i...more