At the Villa Rose
by A. E. W. Mason
Publisher: Charles Scribner's Sons 1910
Number of pages: 311
In Aix les Bains during the early 20th century, Celia Harland, a beautiful young English girl down on her luck is befriended by a rich widow, Madame Dauvray, an addict of 'spiritualism', and stages seances for her benefactrix, while knowing full well that the supposed manifestations from the spirit world are entirely bogus.
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