#1 - His Millionaire Client, by Sallie Pate Steen
Black Cat Vol. 03 No. 1 October 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.
We're presenting the first issue of Volume 3 with the following stories:
"His Millionaire Client", by Sallie Pate Steen: a clever plan is hatched to claim a convicted murderer's inheritance
"The Egg that Ran Away", by Philip Verrill Mighels: a naturalist finds a supposedly new species of eggs
"Love and Avarice", by Leonard Freeman Burbank: obsessive love often ends in tragedy
"How the Widow Raised the Mortgage", by R. H. Fletcher, U. S. A.: this captain definitely did not want to be trapped in marriage
"Told in China", by Elizabeth Flint Wade: a broken China cup finally reunites two childhood lovers
- Summary by Sonia
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