by. FERGUS HUME, Author of "The Mystery of a Hansom Cab," "For the Defense," "TheHarlequin Opal," "The Girl from Malta," Etc. Chicago and New York:Rand, McNally & Company,Publishers. In "The Bishop's Secret," while there is no falling off in plot andstyle, there is a welcome and marvelous broadening out as to the cast ofcharacters, representing an unusually wide range of typical men andwomen. These are not laboriously described by the author, but are madeto reveal themselves in action and speech in a way that has, for thereader, all the charm of personal intercourse with living people.
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by. FERGUS HUME, Author of "The Mystery of a Hansom Cab," "For the Defense," "The Harlequin Opal," "The Girl from Malta," Etc. Chicago and New York: Rand, McNally & Company, Publishers. In "The Bishop's Secret," while there is no falling off in plot and style, there is a welcome and marvelous broadening out as to the cast of characters, representing an unusually wide range of typical men and women. Continue reading book .
aid; and simpering curates, put into the Church as the fools of their respective families. I don't know what men are coming to,' groaned Mrs Pansey. His stories are generally more satisfying (and challenging) than Christie, Le Queux or Tracy. But this one left me cold and I abandoned it - for the simple fact that NONE of the main characters aroused any empathy at all. All unpleasant and nobody to identify with. There's criminal but then there's downright nasty, and that's what Hume did with this title.
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