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The Mansion of Mystery

Chester K. Steele

1. 01 - The Story of a Double Tragedy
2. 02 - Love Under a Shadow
3. 03 - Margaret Langmore
4. 04 - Detective and Doctor
5. 05 - The Man at the Brook
6. 06 - The Mystery Deepens
7. 07 - One of the Profession
8. 08 - What Cephas Carboy Saw
9. 09 - On the Train
10. 10 - An Affair of the Heart
11. 11 - At the Coroner's Inquest
12. 12 - For and Against
13. 13 - The Weight of Evidence
14. 14 - Is this Madness?
15. 15 - Love Versus Business
16. 16 - Something about a Secret Service Man
17. 17 - An Interesting Conversation
18. 18 - A Girl's Ravings
19. 19 - Adam Adams Makes a New Move
20. 20 - A Queer Turn of Affairs
21. 21 - Close to Death
22. 22 - An Underground Mystery
23. 23 - The Disappearance of Margaret
24. 24 - One Against Many
25. 25 - In the Hands of the Enemy
26. 26 - Doomed to Die
27. 27 - Tom Ostrello's Story
28. 28 - What Happened to Margaret
29. 29 - A Glass of Poison
30. 30 - Raising the Curtain
31. 31 - Light at Last - Conclusion

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Summary

Mr. and Mrs. Langmore were found mysteriously murdered in their mansion one morning. Their daughter Margaret, who was at home at the time of the deaths, is quickly suspected of having committed the crime. However, her fiance Raymond Case will not believe in her guilt and convinces the famous detective Adam Adams to investigate.This book was written by Edward Stratemeyer, head of the Stratemeyer Syndicate, under the pseudonym of Chester K. Steele.

Reviews

estee

- the mansion mystery

Interesting story lot of twist and turns happy ending. Many different readers.

dr.ali

a simple plain book! though the author is forced to express himself so because of lack of dictionary and is not a master writer pretending perfection or the simple correct form of the words, it was an enjoyable story.

Bernie

- Mansion of Mystery

A good story that is read by some very good readers, unfortunately there a number of very poor readers too and that reduces the pleasure greatly!