The Secret of the Tower
by Anthony Hope
Publisher: D. Appleton & co. 1919
Number of pages: 324
A swashbuckling tale of romance and adventure by the author of The Prisoner of Zenda. The Secret of the Tower was published in 1919 and takes place in a little village just outside of London. Something odd is going on in Cottage Tower and the townsfolk of Inkston are trying to figure it out.
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by Anthony Hope - Henry Holt & Co.
Dale Bannister, the wild young poet, is a most picturesque character. The story moves on steadily, and while it teaches a lesson of charity, it does so entirely by the acts of the characters without any sermonizing on the part of the author.
by Anthony Hope - Longmans, Green
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by Anthony Hope - Methuen & Co.
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