Clara Vaughan, Vol. III cover

Clara Vaughan, Vol. III

Richard Doddridge Blackmore (1825-1900)

1. Book IV, Chapter X
2. Book IV, Chapter XI
3. Book IV, Chapter XII
4. Book IV, Chapter XIII
5. Book IV, Chapter XIV
6. Book IV, Chapter XV
7. Book IV, Chapter XVI
8. Book IV, Chapter XVII
9. Book IV, Chapter XVIII
10. Book V, Chapter I
11. Book V, Chapter II
12. Book V, Chapter III
13. Book V, Chapter IV
14. Book V, Chapter V
15. Book V, Chapter VI
16. Book V, Chapter VII
17. Book V, Chapter VIII
18. Book V, Chapter IX
19. Book V, Chapter X
20. Book V, Chapter XI
21. Book V, Chapter XII

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CLARA VAUGHAN, the young heroine, narrator, and namesake for R. D. Blackmore’s early detective novel, is determined to solve the mystery of her father’s murder—a crime that occurred when she was only 10 years of age. The third volume of the trilogy concludes the account of Clara’s adventures, romances, and encounters with many eccentric characters while she finally unravels the mystery. As Clara explains to the reader in an early chapter: “How that deed was done, I learned at once, and will tell. By whom and why it was done, I have given my life to learn.” R. D. Blackmore, undoubtedly better known for his later novel Lorna Doone, published this book anonymously in 1864.