The Mayor's Wife (Google eBook)

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Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1907 - Detective and mystery stories - 389 pages
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User Review  - Amy Beck - Goodreads

Woman assigned to care for mayors wife. Two odd old ladies next door. House haunted. Turns out mayors wife had married their nephew when she was sixteen and run away. Too unrealistic. Read full review

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User Review  - April - Goodreads

Missing money, strange old neighbor ladies, servants and politics, and secret ccodes. Not my favorite of Anna Katherine Green, but not too bad. Read full review

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Page 273 - ... listened, fancying footsteps in the hall. Finally he pushed the book away, took a turn across the floor, and resumed his seat. He could not rivet his attention on St. Chrysostom, and folding his arms over his chest, he studied the red coals instead. Soon after, unmistakable steps fell on his ear, and a light tap at the door was followed by the entrance of the two girls. Irene came very reluctantly, fearful of intruding ; but he rose, and placed a chair for her close to his own, assuring her that...
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