Sinister Island

Sinister Island

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Sinister Island by Charles Wadsworth Camp

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1915

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Sinister Island

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3.5
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This is no book to read in a lonely house, though one is convinced that if it were begun under such conditions it would be finished even though the reader had to summon a messenger boy to keep him company...

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Miller said irritably.

"Lots of silly things there's no accounting for," the agent replied. "And you can't realise the reputation the island's got around this part of the country. And, see here! Don't you be putting me down as foolish too. I've told you what they say. I don't know anything about spooks--never saw one. All I do claim is, there's a kind of a spell on Captain's Island that reaches out for you and--and sort of scares you. That's all I say--a sort of spell you want to get away from. Maybe you're right and it's just the climate, and that jungle, and the loneliness."

"And I," Miller said, "have been picturing it as a popular winter resort."

"You'll have to ask the snakes and the spooks about that," the agent laughed.

He turned to an entering customer.

Miller went back to the Dart, telling himself that the problem of Anderson's note was as undecipherable as ever. He would have to wait for an explanation until he had seen Anderson that night. Therefore he was all th

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