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The Cavern of Death

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After a three year absence and a terrifying journey through the Black Forest, young Sir Albert has returned to Dornheim, eager to see again his friend Lord Frederic and his true love, the lady Constance. But his joy on his homecoming is short-lived when he learns he has rivals for Constance's love.
The Baron of Dornheim is set to marry her in three days, and anxious to pre
Paperback, 104 pages
Published July 1st 2005 by Valancourt Books (first published 1794)
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May 06, 2016 Leah rated it liked it
Here's a fun story:

Back in the days of MySpace, I discovered an indie publisher called Valancourt Books. Quickly becoming enamored, I wrote on my profile that I was a fan of their publications. And the most awesome thing happened--because this was back when things like this could and did happen on MySpace--someone from Valancourt sent me a message asking if I wanted some free books!

Maybe the less awesome part of this story is that this was one of those books and I only just got around to reading
Arnstein H. Pettersen
A short Gothic novel that has survived from the late 18th century, with such a plethora of the tropes pertaining to the genre and age, so as to be archetypal of its kind.

The cavern of death was originally serialized in a Londonian newspaper called The True Briton, but due to the necessity of using that print space to cover current events, it was abandoned before its completion in that manner. Fortunately, in 1794 it was put to print in leaflet format by the editor of the paper, a John Heriot, by
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