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The Sin That Was His

Frank L. Packard

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .What was it that attracted and seemed to fascinate the watcher at the window? Mechanically, he turned his head to look behind and around him. There was nothing—only the trees swaying in the woods; the scream and screech, and the shrill whistling of the wind; and, in addition now, a rumbling bass, low, yet perfectly distinct, the sullen roar of beating waves. He looked back at the window—the face was gone.

Raymond moved forward curiously. There was no curtain on the window, and a step or two nearer enabled him to see within. It was a typical bare-floored room of the habitant class of smaller house that combined a living room and kitchen in one, the front door opening directly upon it. There was a stove at one end, with a box of cordwood beside it; drawn against the wall was a table, upon which stood a lighted lamp; and a little distance from the table, also against the wall. . . Read More

Community Reviews

This very entertaining novel kept me guessing right up until the last page. While Canadian author Frank L. Packard is best remembered today for the Jimmie Dale/Gray Seal series, The Miracle Man was probably his best regarded work in his own life. In that novel a group of career criminals are slowly