Bones

by Edgar Wallace

Occasionally an author will create a character of such vivid personality, such charmingly human attributes, that he ceases to be a "character" and becomes, to the reader, an individual — a friend. Mr. Wallace has done this with Mr. Augustus Tibbetts, called "Bones."

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