A Fool and His Money

by George Barr McCutcheon

This treatment of "the problem novel" is whimsically satirical, perhaps too strongly so--the theme dealing with an American author of independent fortune who buys a feudal castle in Germany and on entering into occupancy finds the east wing of his fortress inhabited by a beautiful but mysterious lady.

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