The Grey Room

The Grey Room

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The Grey Room by Eden Phillpotts

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The Grey Room

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The grey room is a sleeping apartment supposed to be haunted by a ghost because two people have mysteriously died there. Several other inexplicable deaths hold the reader in suspense, until an Italian nobleman discovers a secret that goes back four hundred years to the Borgias. More careful characterization, and better constructed than the usual mystery story.

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p>"Sorry," said Colonel Vane, a man without pride. "I didn't know you believed in 'em, Sir Walter."

"Most emphatically I believe in them."

"So do I," declared Ernest Travers. "Nay, so does my wife - for the best possible reason. A friend of hers actually saw one."

Mr. Fayre-Michell spoke.

"Spiritualism and spirits are two quite different things," he said. "One may discredit the whole business of spiritualism and yet firmly believe in spirits."

He was a narrow-headed, clean-shaven man with grey hair and moustache. He had a small body on very long legs, and though a veteran now, was still one of the best game shots in the West of England.

Ernest Travers agreed with him. Indeed, they all agreed. Sir Walter himself summed up.

"If you're a Christian, you must believe in the spirits of the dead," he declared; "but to go out of your way to summon these spirits, to call them from the next world back to ours, and to consult people who profess to be able to do so - extre

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