The Doctor of Pimlico

Being the Disclosure of a Great Crime

Published: 1920
Language: English
Wordcount: 60,208 / 184 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 63.2
LoC Category: PR
Downloads: 2,485
Added to site: 2007.09.18
mnybks.net#: 18279
Origin: gutenberg.org
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n frontier and in Egypt.

Her father had been British Minister at the Hague, and afterwards at Stockholm, but after his death her mother had married Sir Hugh, and had become Lady Elcombe. Nowadays, however, the latter was somewhat of an invalid, and seldom left their London house in Hill Street. Therefore, Enid was usually chaperoned by Mrs. Caldwell, wife of the well-known K.C., and with her she generally spent her winters on the Continent.

Blanche, Sir Hugh's daughter by his first wife, had married Paul Le Pontois, who had been a captain in the 114th Regiment of Artillery of the French Army during the war, and lived with her husband in France. She seldom came to England, though at frequent intervals her father went over to visit her.

When Walter Fetherston took his seat beside Enid Orlebar at the luncheon table a flood of strange recollections crowded upon his mind--those walks along the Miramar, that excursion to Pampeluna, and those curious facts which she had unwittingly revealed to h

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2013.09.03
Dai Alanye
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Possibly I'm being over-critical, but this is far too melodramatic, and the premise too unlikely for my taste.


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