Andrew Lang Historical Mysteries
HISTORICAL MYSTERIES by ANDREW LANG
Andrew Lang was an English critic and general writer, born at Selkirk, Scotland.
He contributed largely to periodical literature, writing sometimes light papers on current topics, and sometimes masterly essays on literature, on scientific subjects, and on comparative mythology.
In this eBook he presents a collection of 14 thoroughly researched histroical mysteries.
This eBook is a pleasure read for buffs of both History and Mystery.
THE CASE OF ELIZABETH CANNING
THE MURDER OF ESCOVEDO
THE CAMPDEN MYSTERY
THE CASE OF ALLAN BRECK
THE CARDINAL'S NECKLACE
THE MYSTERY OF KASPAR HAUSER
THE GOWRIE CONSPIRACY
THE STRANGE CASE OF DANIEL DUNGLAS HOME
THE CASE OF CAPTAIN GREEN
THE CHEVALIER  D'ÉON
SAINT-GERMAIN THE DEATHLESS
THE MYSTERY OF THE KIRKS
THE END OF JEANNE DE LA MOTTE