In the Fog
by Richard Harding Davis
Publisher: ManyBooks 1901
Number of pages: 70
Classic mystery and detective fiction of the Late Victorian era. Very atmospheric little puzzler set in London on a night of impenetrable fog. Surprise ending. Perfect story for curling up on the couch on a rainy or foggy night.
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