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Scarhaven Keep

Joseph Smith Fletcher (1863-1935)

1. 01 - I. Wanted at Rehearsal
2. 02 - II. Grey Rook and Grey Sea
3. 03 - III. The Man Who Knew Something
4. 04 - IV. The Estate Agent
5. 05 - V. The Greyle History
6. 06 - VI. The Leading Lady
7. 07 - VII. Left on Guard
8. 08 - VIII. Right of Way
9. 09 - IX. Hobkin's Hole
10. 10 - X. The Invalid Curate
11. 11 - XI. Beneath the Brambles
12. 12 - XII. Good Men and True
13. 13 - XIII. Mr. Dennie
14. 14 - XIV. By Private Treaty
15. 15 - XV. The Cablegram from New York
16. 16 - XVI. In Touch with the Missing
17. 17 - XVII. The Old Playbill
18. 18 - XVIII. The Lie on the Tombstone
19. 19 - XIX. The Steam Yacht
20. 20 - XX. The Courteous Captain
21. 21 - XXI. Marooned
22. 22 - XXII. The Old Hand
23. 23 - XXIII. The Yacht Comes Back
24. 24 - XXIV. The Torpedo-Boat Destroyer
25. 25 - XXV. The Squire
26. 26 - XXVI. The Reaver's Glen
27. 27 - XXVII. The Peel Tower
28. 28 - XXVIII. The Footprints
29. 29 - XXIX. Scarvell's Cut
30. 30 - XXX. The Greengrocer's Cart
31. 31 - XXXI. Ambassadress Extraordinary

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Summary

The northern English sea coast provides a compelling backdrop for this genre of writing; a mysterious disappearance, a love interest, and plot twists 'se mijotent' to produce an intriguing read.

Reviews

Diane

Well read, and a good tale..enough twists to keep you interested...

terry

imho, this is one of Fletcher's better stories. but even better is Kate Barrett's reading of it. dude, she really gets into it, and in a fitting way.