#1 - The Man-Hunt of Mendocino, by Frank Bailey Millard
Black Cat Vol. 02 No. 09 June 1897
The Black Cat (1895-1922) was a monthly literary magazine, publishing original short stories, often about uncanny or fantastical topics. Many writers were largely unknown, but some famous authors also wrote original material for this magazine.
This is the ninth issue of volume 2 with the following five short stories:
"The Man-Hunt of Mendocino", by Frank Bailey Millard: no one can stop the revenge of a mother for the murder of her son
"Silas Bartle's Snake-Bite Cure", by Winthrop Packard: witness young Norris' dramatic struggle to survive a deadly snake bite
"Tunnel Number Six", by Eugene C. Derby: learn all about the startling explanation of a seemingly haunted mine-tunnel
"An Old Maid's Wedding Trip", by Juliet Wilbor Tompkins: let's join a spinster's honeymoon with an unexpected outcome
"The Official Report", by Thaddeus M. Lakewood: love sometimes can ruin even a brilliant officer's career
- Summary by Sonia
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