The Mystery of Edwin Drood
by Charles Dickens
Publisher: Chapman and Hall 1914
Number of pages: 492
Dickens's marvelous tale of murder was left unfinished at his death in 1870. The novel has been all the more tantalizing for its lack of an ending to a mystifying puzzle that avid readers, over the years, have tried to solve. A gem for lovers of mysteries and the legions of Dickens fans.
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