by Sumner Charles Britton
Publisher: World Syndicate Company, Inc. 1921
Number of pages: 334
Drury Villara, after amassing a most prodigious fortune suddenly retired and went to live in Dreamy Hollow, the home he built for the girl he was to marry, with hopes that the spirit of her dead body would be hovering around it. He is thoroughly convinced that 'there is no death' and he talks with the spirit of Winifred.
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