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The Millionaire Baby

Anna Katharine Green

Book Overview: 

A reward is offered, by Phil Ocumpaugh, to whoever will give such information as will lead to the recovery, alive or dead, of his six-year-old daughter, Gwendolen, missing since the afternoon of August the 16th, from her home in New York.

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .As the man who spoke these words had thereby proved himself a blockhead, I edged away from him as soon as possible toward a very decent looking fellow who appeared to have more brains than speech.

"Do you know who pasted that date upon the post?" I inquired.

He answered very directly.

"No, or I should have been laying for him long before this. Why, it is not only there you can see it. I found it pinned to the carriage cushions one day just as I was going to drive Mrs. Ocumpaugh out." (Evidently I had struck upon the coachman.) "And not only that. One of the girls up at the house—one as I knows pretty well—tells me—I don't care who hears it now—that it was written across a card which was left at the door for Mrs. Ocumpaugh, and all in the same handwriting, which is not a common one, as you can see. This means something, seeing it was the date when our bad luck fell on us."

He had noted that.

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Community Reviews

This is a good mystery which will keep you guessing all the way to the end, which is where the book went from a 4 star to a 3 star for me. If you like resolution to your stories this isn't for you. The mystery itself gets resolved, but there's a significant amount that isn't.

It was long, it was tedious, there was a lot of extra information and stories within the story that weren't necessary or relevant. Also, I hated the ending.

This was one of the books that got me hooked on classic mystery roughly ten years ago. I found a copy for about $5 in an antique store and thought it looked interesting, and ended up devouring the whole story in a few hours. It kept me guessing and entertained.

Anna Katharine Green wrote some of the first books of detective fiction in America. She was able to distinguish herself by writing very well written and accurate mysteries. This was an enjoyable and interesting read for me.

I like Anna Katherine Green's books. This one was a good mystery solved by one man who saw something that happened wrongly and doggedly followed through on it. Good writing and understandable even though classic mystery.

A child goes missing and to save her our hero must sort through multiple family mysteries and delve into the motives of numerous suspects who are all determined to thwart his success. There are twists and turns in nearly every chapter that will, I think, baffle you just as much as it did me.

Sad tale, excellent reading by Dawn Larson.

This was an extremely satisfying mystery with twist after twist and suspense too! At first, it was slow, but it soon picked up and I was quite happy with the progress of the story. There was a slight theme of Christianity which was really good! A delightful mystery with fascinating characters!

This early 1900's mystery, is written from the point of view of a detective who reads about the large reward for the return of six year old heiress Gwendolen Ocumpaugh, who disappeared from a bungalow on the grounds of her home on the Hudson River. The father is in Europe and the mother is distra...more

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