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Why did Reginald Granby die? Was it murder? And if so, who killed him? The chief suspect is George Granby, the deceased’s half-brother and heir to the family estate. There couldn’t possibly be any other suspects with sufficient motive… could there? So the authorities come to believe. But the ‘White Lady’ – the fabled spectre of Greystone Grange - seems to tell a different ...more
Kindle Edition, 124 pages
Published September 14th 2016 by Black Heath Editions (first published 1878)
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Arthur William à Beckett was an English journalist and intellectual. The youngest son of the late Gilbert à Beckett, the well-known metropolitan police magistrate and author. He was educated at Kensington, at Honiton, and lastly at Felstead School. At 17 he entered the War Office, but he left the Civil Service after three years' experience of it, and at the age of 20 he was the editor of the Gloww ...more