The Lone Inn A Mystery

"Do you know anything about the Fen Inn, Aunt Jane?" "The Lone Inn, child! Never name it! In my youth it was the scene of a terrible murder, and since that time no one has lived in it, save one man." "It is now in ruins," said Sophia, ...

The Lone Inn  A Mystery

The Lone Inn A Mystery

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The Lone Inn

The whole circumstances of that Lone Inn are very suspicious . Your unforeseen arrival that night complicated matters . You saw how unwilling they were to admit you . Had you not arrived , Francis would have vanished from the world ...

The Lone Inn

The Lone Inn


The Dark Secret

THE STORY IN THE LONE INN . “ How now , you secret , black and midnight hag , What is't you do ? ” MACBETH . That same night , three hours earlier , there might have been seen , ” if there had been anybody out to see , which there ...

The Dark Secret

The Dark Secret


Pride and Passion

THE STORY IN THE LONE INN . ... there “ might have been seen , ” if there had been anybody out to see , which there wasn't , an ancient mariner plodding his way along the lonesome road between the Mermaid Tavern and the lone inn .

Pride and Passion

Pride and Passion


The Bookman

The Lone Inn lovers not to be met with every day . is masterly of its kind , and , better still , One thing to be truly thankful for is is an excellent relaxative for the tired that in these days , when stories of whin- mind pressed ...

The Bookman

The Bookman


Who s That Girl The Good Girls and Bad Boys Series Book 1

Have dinner with me tonight at The Lone Inn so we can discuss things just you and me.” “The Lone Inn?” She licked her lips, thinking of that savory potato soup she loved. “That's my favorite restaurant.” “I know.” He chuckled.

Who s That Girl  The Good Girls and Bad Boys Series Book 1

Who s That Girl The Good Girls and Bad Boys Series Book 1

When Georgia sets foot on the Spears’ family estate claiming to be the late Anthony Spears’ daughter, all hell breaks loose. While Anthony’s widow Wanda takes to Georgia immediately, Anthony’s stepdaughter, Osana, refuses to believe Georgia is Anthony’s daughter and sets off to prove her suspicions to protect Anthony’s estate. Georgia is thrown off track when she comes face to face with Kel, a man from her past who she’s always loved. Kel loves Georgia as well but is not sure that they belong together. Yet, the more they try to fight their feelings, the more they realize their love will never go away. Georgia finally realizes that having money does not bring instant happiness and that blood is not always thicker than water. Search Terms: bwwm, bwwm romance, interracial romance

The Publishers Circular and Booksellers Record of British and Foreign Literature

THE LONE INN : a Mystery . 2nd Edition . BY A NEW AUTHOR . By Fergus HUME , Author of • The Mystery of a Hansom Cab ' & c . • Even guch a master of mysteries as the author may be congratulated on the ingenuity of BY ORDER OF THE ...

The Publishers  Circular and Booksellers  Record of British and Foreign Literature

The Publishers Circular and Booksellers Record of British and Foreign Literature


Kate Field s Washington

... serving as a football between the English and “ The Lone Inn , " by Fergus Hume , whose “ Mystery of French , its population ... The story has sufficient Inn " is the story of a mystery , and there is blood splatincident to make it ...

Kate Field s Washington

Kate Field s Washington


Delphi Collected Works of Fergus Hume Illustrated

“Do you know anything about the Fen Inn, Aunt Jane?” “The Lone Inn, child! Never name it! In my youth it was the scene of a terrible murder, and since that time no one has lived in it, save one man.” “It is now in ruins,” said Sophia, ...

Delphi Collected Works of Fergus Hume  Illustrated

Delphi Collected Works of Fergus Hume Illustrated

The prolific author of vintage thrillers, Fergus Hume rose to fame following the publication of his first novel, ‘The Mystery of a Hansom Cab’. It became the best-selling mystery novel of the Victorian era and went on to inspire Arthur Conan Doyle to write ‘A Study in Scarlet’, featuring Sherlock Holmes. This comprehensive eBook presents Hume’s collected works, with numerous illustrations, rare texts appearing in digital print for the first time, informative introductions and the usual Delphi bonus material. (Version 1) * Beautifully illustrated with images relating to Hume’s life and works * Concise introductions to the major novels * 64 novels, with individual contents tables * Features many rare novels for the first time in digital publishing * Images of how the books were first published, giving your eReader a taste of the original texts * Excellent formatting of the texts * Famous works are fully illustrated with their original artwork * Rare story collections * Special chronological and alphabetical contents tables for the short stories * Easily locate the short stories you want to read * Scholarly ordering of texts into chronological order and literary genres Please visit www.delphiclassics.com to browse through our range of exciting titles CONTENTS: The Novels The Mystery of a Hansom Cab Professor Brankel’s Secret Madame Midas The Girl from Malta The Piccadilly Puzzle The Gentleman Who Vanished Miss Mephistopheles The Man with a Secret A Creature of the Night Monsieur Judas When I Lived in Bohemia Whom God Hath Joined The Fever of Life The Chinese Jar The Island of Fantasy The Harlequin Opal The Lone Inn The Gates of Dawn The Third Volume The White Prior Tracked by a Tattoo The Clock Struck One The Rainbow Feather The Devil-Stick The Red-Headed Man The Silent House in Pimlico The Indian Bangle The Crimson Cryptogram The Vanishing of Tera The Bishop’s Secret The Lady from Nowhere A Traitor in London The Millionaire Mystery A Woman’s Burden The Pagan’s Cup The Turnpike House A Coin of Edward VII The Silver Bullet The Yellow Holly The Mandarin’s Fan The Red Window The White Room The Secret Passage Lady Jim of Curzon Street The Opal Serpent The Wooden Hand The Black Patch The Purple Fern The Amethyst Cross The Sealed Message The Green Mummy The Crowned Skull The Sacred Herb The Solitary Farm The Peacock of Jewels The Mikado Jewel The Spider The Pink Shop The Mystery Queen Red Money A Son of Perdition In Queer Street The Lost Parchment The Red Bicycle The Short Story Collections Chronicles of Faeryland The Dwarf’s Chamber and Other Stories Hagar of the Pawn-Shop The Dancer in Red The Short Stories List of Short Stories in Chronological Order List of Short Stories in Alphabetical Order Please visit www.delphiclassics.com to browse through our range of exciting titles or to purchase this eBook as a Parts Edition of individual eBooks

Inn by the Bye Stories 1

The man inside, on his knees now, threw open his arms to greet the lone one in the face of battle. The door of the InnbytheBye opened just as the tea cup crushed in his hands. He looked up: it was Carymba, smiling in half light.

Inn by the Bye Stories   1

Inn by the Bye Stories 1

In an endeavor to find a fresh way into the scriptural text upon which I would be preaching, I began to develop an imaginary world, populated primarily by wee folk. I found that the characters I developed and the way that they evolved in my mind and on the page served me well as a consideration of how I sensed things happening in the scriptural text at hand. I want to make these stories and the world they represent newly accessible, and so I begin bringing them to book form.

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