The Ghost-seer!, Volume 2

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R. Bentley, 1849
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Mystery story, a little bit like a Columbo episode in that you know who the victim is and the villain its just about finding out the how and why. actually its also about finding out the what as the ... Read full review

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I loved this book. Schiller's writing style is super smooth and stylish and I found myself hanging on every word. Read full review

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Page 11 - s narrative," translated in Roscoe's German Novelists (vol. iii., 1826) as The Ghost-seer, occurs the following passage : ' We sat down upon a stone bench, and expected that the mask ' would pass by. He came straight towards us, and took his seat ' very close by the side of the Prince, who drew out his watch and ' said, rather loud, in French, rising at the same time from his seat, "Nine — come! we forget that they wait for us at the Louvre.

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