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The Sorceress of the Strand

L. T. Meade (1854-1914)

1. 01 - Madame Sara, part 1
2. 02 - Madame Sara, part 2
3. 03 - Madame Sara, Part 3
4. 04 - The Blood Red Cross, Part 1
5. 05 - The Blood Red Cross, Part 2
6. 06 - The Blood Red Cross, Part 3
7. 07 - The Face of the Abbott, Part 1
8. 08 - The Face of the Abbott, Part 2
9. 09 - The Face of the Abbott, Part 3
10. 10 - The Talk of the Town, Part 1 (p. 67 in etext)
11. 11 - The Talk of the Town, Part 2 (p. 67 in etext)
12. 12 - The Talk of the Town, Part 3 (p. 67 in etext)
13. 13 - The Bloodstone, Part 1
14. 14 - The Bloodstone, Part 2
15. 15 - The Bloodstone, Part 3
16. 16 - The Teeth of the Wolf, Part 1 (p. 279 in etext)
17. 17 - The Teeth of the Wolf, Part 2 (p. 279 in etext)

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Summary

From the moment Madame Sara arrived on the scene, she has taken London society by storm. Madame is both beautiful and mysterious, but it soon becomes clear to both Dixon Druce and his friend, police surgeon Eric Vandeleur, that there is something sinister about the woman and the goings on at her shop on the Strand. They soon become obsessed with proving her guilty of the many crimes that follow in her wake!

Reviews

Bernie

- Sorceress of the Strand

Good but not great short stories with a frustrating female nemesis that is too capable. Very well narrated.