Historic Oddities and Strange Events
1890. It has been said that Baring-Gould had one of the most brilliant, eclectic minds of Victorian England. In his lifetime, he found time to write over 100 books, including 30 novels. Contents: The Disappearance of Bathurst; The Duchess of Kingston; General Mallet; Schweinichen's Memoirs; the Locksmith Gamain; Abram the Usurer; Sophie Apitzsch; Peter Nielsen; the Wonder-Working Prince Hohenlohe; The Snail Telegraph; The Countess Goerlitz; A Wax and Honey-Moon; The Electress' Plot; Suess Oppenheim; and Ignatius Fessler. See other works by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.
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