The House of Whispers
by William le Queux
Publisher: Nash 1910
Number of pages: 253
A remarkable mystery story in which valuables disappear from locked safes; written and whispered warnings come out of nowhere and a murder is committed behind locked doors -- all in a modern New York apartment. Full of arresting situations and making a strong appeal at every stage to the instinct of curiosity.
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