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ISBN:
1120906784
Author:
George Manville Fenn
Category:
Literary
Language:
English
Publisher:
Kessinger Publishing, LLC (January 29, 2010)
Pages:
290 pages
EPUB book:
1442 kb
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1813 kb
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1250 kb
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Rating:
4.3
Votes:
537


George Manville Fenn (3 January 1831 in Pimlico – 26 August 1909 in. .His final book was a biography of his fellow writer for juveniles, George Alfred Henty. The Mynns' Mystery (1890). The Crystal Hunters (1891).

Many of his novels were written for young adults. A Double Knot (1890). A Fluttered Dovecote (1890). The New Mistress (1891). The Rajah of Dah (1891).

All very satisfactory, Mr George Harrington," said the old lawyergravely; "but, unpleasant as it may seem, we must go a little further,please. Come," said the young man, smiling, "you acknowledge me as GeorgeHarrington, then?" "A lapsus lingua -a mere slip of the tongue

All very satisfactory, Mr George Harrington," said the old lawyergravely; "but, unpleasant as it may seem, we must go a little further,please. Come," said the young man, smiling, "you acknowledge me as GeorgeHarrington, then?" "A lapsus lingua -a mere slip of the tongue. Now, sir, can you giveus any other proof. Have you brought any letters of introduction fromwell-known people in the States?" "I have brought you a letter of introduction from my grandfather,gentlemen-several.

The Mynns' MysteryBy George Manville FennPublished by John Lovell and Son, 23 St Nicholas St, Montreal, Canada. The Mynns Mystery, by George Manville Fenn. Chapter one. A rough suitor.

George Manville Fenn (1831-1909) was an English novelist . I had never heard of George Manville Fenn either.

Although primarily self-taught, he went on to become a schoolmaster and magazine publisher, attracting the attention of none other than Charles Dickens. He was a writer and publisher during the Victorian era, best known, apparently, for his boys' stories. This is a terrific novel. As near as I can tell, it was written during the 1880s.

by. Fenn, George Manville, 1831-1909. Book from Project Gutenberg: The Mynns' Mystery. gutenberg etext 34664.

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George Manville Fenn eBook Online Read. Author: George Manville Fenn. Published Year: 2010 History & Fiction. Brownsmith's Boy: A Romance in a Garden. Published Year: 2007 Young Adult. The Young Castellan: A Tale of the English Civil War. Published Year: 2010 Mystery & Detective. Quicksilver: The Boy With No Skid to His Wheel. Seven Frozen Sailors.

The Mynns' Mystery (1891). George Manville Fenn.

Put the book away; you and Mr Hampton know everything

Do you know what that means? No, uncle; but you are tiring yourself. Put the book away; you and Mr Hampton know everything. Lock up the cabinet and put the keys under the pillow again; and some morning, when you find I’m too fast asleep to wake again, take the keys and keep them for my dear boy. Oh, uncle, dearest! sobbed the girl. When George Harrington started upon his trip it was in company with an experienced guide, but the man had fallen ill and gone back to one of the towns, and just as Harrington was in despair, he had come suddenly upon a man whom he had twice before encountered and with whom he had hunted.

George Manville Fenn. The Young Castellan, A Tale of the English Civil War. The Black Tor, A Tale of the Reign of James the First. The Crystal Hunters, A Boy's Adventures in the Higher Alps. Sir Hilton's Sin. Read. Read whenever, wherever. Your phone is always with you, so your books are too – even when you’re offline.

This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages. Because we believe this work is culturally important, we have made it available as part of our commitment for protecting, preserving, and promoting the world's literature in affordable, high quality, modern editions that are true to the original work.
  • Zicelik
Good plot, though a bit far fetched. Archaic language and grammar made for difficult reading, had to struggle to reach the end.
  • Golkree
I am so bad at so called reviews and I apologize for this shortcoming. I love to read and enjoy good mysteries. This was great. I was falling asleep and couldn't finish the book last night, but as soon as I woke up I did. This alone should let you know how good it is. I enjoyed every page.
  • Геракл
I really enjoyed reading this one and would have given it more stars if it had not been so predictable. This is an author that I would read again.
  • Coiwield
This book was very interesting and quite good as it would be a book teenagers would read or young children to read, as it was not scarey or dangerous. It was just a little mystery that was for easy reading.
  • Pettalo
Couldn't get interested. Only read a small portion just didn't hold my attention. Will not be looking for any more of these.Just didn't hold my interest.
  • CONVERSE
Good read, interesting plot line, I enjoyed reading this book, it didn't drag on. I would recommend it. Some surprise twists.
  • fabscf
Good plot with noble hero and despicable villain. I guess my favorite character is the dog, Bruno. He seems more savvy than anyone else in the story. He always knew the good guys from the bad guys. And he had no qualms about bitting the bad guys.
I enjoyed this book on my Kindle as it is an easy read and it keeps you up a little later at night than you should be. Enjoyable and doesn't tax your mind trying to keep track of too many people, places, etc.