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Wyllard's Weird

Mary Elizabeth Braddon (1835-1915)

1. Volume 1 Chapter 1: In a Cornish Valley
2. Volume 1 Chapter 2: After the Inquest
3. Volume 1 Chapter 3: Joseph Distin
4. Volume 1 Chapter 4: Bothwell Declines to Answer
5. Volume 1 Chapter 5: People Will Talk
6. Volume 1 Chapter 6: A Clerical Warning
7. Volume 1 Chapter 7: A Rapid Conversion
8. Volume 1 Chapter 8: A Valuable Ally
9. Volume 1 Chapter 9: Fever Dreams
10. Volume 1 Chapter 10: 'Touch Lips and Part with Tears'
11. Volume 1 Chapter 11: A Fatal Love
12. Volume 2 Chapter 1: Léonie's Mission
13. Volume 2 Chapter 2: A Student of Men and Women
14. Volume 2 Chapter 3: Bothwell Begins to See his Way
15. Volume 2 Chapter 4: The Home of the Past
16. Volume 2 Chapter 5: A Face from the Grave
17. Volume 2 Chapter 6: Struck Down
18. Volume 2 Chapter 7: The General Receives a Summons
19. Volume 2 Chapter 8: Widowed and Free
20. Volume 2 Chapter 9: Two Women
21. Volume 2 Chapter 10: Roses on a Grave
22. Volume 3 Chapter 1: Wedding Garments
23. Volume 3 Chapter 2: Lady Valeria Fights Her Own Battle
24. Volume 3 Chapter 3: An Elopement on New Lines
25. Volume 3 Chapter 4: In the Land of Bohemia
26. Volume 3 Chapter 5: Reaping the Whirlwind
27. Volume 3 Chapter 6: How Such Things End
28. Volume 3 Chapter 7: One Who Must Remember
29. Volume 3 Chapter 8: The Last Link
30. Volume 3 Chapter 9: Waiting for his Doom
31. Volume 3 Chapter 10: 'Alike is Hell, or Paradise, or Heaven'
32. Volume 3 Chapter 11: 'Sweet is Death for Evermore'
33. Volume 3 Chapter 12: 'Who Knows Not Circe?'
34. Volume 3 Chapter 13: 'How Like a Winter Hath Thy Absence Been'

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Summary

A novel written in three volumes. In the golden age of steam, the London train wends its way across the Tamar into the strange and mystic land that is Cornwall, having left most of its length at Plymouth. A weary doctor gazes at the countryside, when the train grinds to a halt and his professional attention is demanded. A young woman. An apparent suicide. Who was she? What brought her to Cornwall? What drove her to kill herself? Or did she?

Reviews

jude

- review

A somewhat meandering story of reasonable interest well read by one reader, Lynne Thompson.