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The Princess Galva

David Whitelaw

1. 01 - Too Old at Forty
2. 02 - At No. 8, Belitha Villas
3. 03 - Borrowed Plumage
4. 04 - A Letter from New York
5. 05 - An Echo of a Tragedy and the Drainage of a Cottage
6. 06 - At the Union Hotel, Penzance
7. 07 - Tremoor
8. 08 - The Panic of a Carpet Manufacture4
9. 09 - Ducal Attentions
10. 10 - Three Hands at Poker
11. 11 - The Lieutenant honours Galva
12. 12 - In the Cathedral at Corbo
13. 13 - The Plot
14. 14 - At Casa Luzo
15. 15 - Edward Shoots and Arrow Into the Air
16. 16 - The Man in the Tweed Suit
17. 17 - Mr. Jaspar Jarmin Relieves His Mind
18. 18 - The Captive
19. 19 - Teresa
20. 20 - The Boat From the Mainland
21. 21 - Edward Sees Complications
22. 22 - The Heart of Galva
23. 23 - The Passing Gun
24. 24 - A Bullet in the Grounds
25. 25 - In the Death Chamber
26. 26 - The Fugitive
27. 27 - The Imposter
28. 28 - Edward Departs
29. 29 - Bloomsbury
30. 30 - Revenge
31. 31 - A Final Note by Edward Povey

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Summary

Edward Povey had been a correspondence clerk for twenty-two years when he was summarily dismissed. So how did he find himself mixed up with an orphan girl, who was really a princess, as she sought to reclaim her throne from the man who had killed her parents? Well, however it had happened, it was romantic. And after two decades in the basement office of a shipping company, he was ready for a bit of romance. (Introduction by MaryAnn)

Reviews

Bernie

- The Princess Galva

A very good story, though perhaps a little simple. Excellent narration by Maryann Spegle.