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The Brotherhood of the Seven Kings

L. T. Meade (1854-1914)

1. 01 – Introduction and At the Edge of the Crater, Part 1
2. 02 – At the Edge of the Crater, Part 2
3. 03 – The Winged Assassin, Part 1
4. 04 – The Winged Assassin, Part 2
5. 05 – The Swing of the Pendulum, Part 1
6. 06 – The Swing of the Pendulum, Part 2
7. 07 – The Luck of Pitsey Hall, Part 1
8. 08 – The Luck of Pitsey Hall, Part 2
9. 09 – Twenty Degrees
10. 10 – The Star-Shaped Marks, Part 1
11. 11 – The Star-Shaped Marks, Part 2
12. 12 – The Iron Circlet, Part 1
13. 13 – The Iron Circlet, Part 2
14. 14 – The Mystery of the Strong Room, Part 1
15. 15 – The Mystery of the Strong Room, Part 2
16. 16 – The Bloodhound, Part 1
17. 17 – The Bloodhound, Part 2
18. 18 – The Doom, Part 1
19. 19 – The Doom, Part 2

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Summary

“That a secret society, based upon the lines of similar institutions so notorious on the Continent during the last century, could ever have existed in the London of our day may seem impossible. Such a society, however, not only did exist, but through the instrumentality of a woman of unparalleled capacity and genius, obtained a firm footing. A century ago the Brotherhood of the Seven Kings was a name hardly whispered without horror and fear in Italy, and now, by the fascinations and influence of one woman, it began to accomplish fresh deeds of unparalleled daring and subtlety in London. By the wide extent of its scientific resources, and the impregnable secrecy of its organisations, it threatened to become a formidable menace to society, as well as a source of serious anxiety to the authorities of the law.” (Excerpt from The Brotherhood of the Seven Kings)

Reviews

Bernie

- The Brotherhood of the Seven Kings

A good story with an occasionly frustrating main character, well narrated apart from the attempt at foreign accents.