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The Wiles of the Wicked

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Kindle Edition, 196 pages
Published December 18th 2012 (first published December 15th 2012)
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Cheryl
Jul 22, 2016 Cheryl rated it really liked it
Really 3 and 1/2 stars. A fast-paced 1900 mystery involving a blind man who accidentally becomes a witness to a murder. Lots of twists and turns. There was a plot device towards the end that seemed a bit unbelievable, which made me take off 1/2 star from my rating. Otherwise, it was a quick and enjoyable read. It can be found free at Project Gutenberg here:
http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/40831
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William Tufnell Le Queux was born in London on 2 July 1864. His father, also William of Chateauroux, Indre, was a French draper's assistant and his mother was English.

He was educated in Europe and studied art under Ignazio Spiridon in Paris. He walked extensively in France and Germany and supported himself for a time writing for French newspapers. It was one of his sensational stories in 'The Peti
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