The Flying Death
by Samuel Hopkins Adams
Publisher: ManyBooks 1908
Number of pages: 131
The reader who has a liking for thrills in allopathic doses should find in this tale genuinely exciting reading. There are clear-cut characters, the dialogue is brisk and unforced, the humour is excellent, and the picture of the bleak loneliness and desolation of Montauk Point at the end of Long Island is drawn with really remarkable vividness.
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