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The Ghost of Downhill

Edgar Wallace is a prolific novelist, playwright and journalist from Britain who ruled both the moviedom and novel-reading sector during 1930s. Many of his ghost stories have been made into films. Another fascinating fact...

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The Ghost of Downhill – Chapter 7

CHAPTER VII THE FOOTPRINTS ON THE ROOF How had the paper got there? He looked round and the solution became apparent. The table was placed near to the window and above the window were...

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The Ghost of Downhill – Chapter 6

CHAPTER VI THE WARNING “It is an extraordinary case,” said Lord Ilfran shaking his head. “One of the most extraordinary I have ever heard about.” He was seated at his desk in the big...

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The Ghost of Downhill – Chapter 5

CHAPTER V MINTER THE SERVANT There was no doubt about it. The man was dead. Jeremiah had only to look at him for a second to see that. Gently he shepherded the girl back...

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The Ghost of Downhill – Chapter 4

CHAPTER IV THE PASSING OF SIBBY When James Stuart returned the girl told him of her unpleasant experience and he listened with a grave face. “As a rule we see few tramps in this...

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The Ghost of Downhill – Chapter 3

CHAPTER III THE TRAMP When she came to herself she was lying on the bed under the eider down quilt and her uncle’s anxious face was looking down at hers. He was in his...

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The Ghost of Downhill – Chapter 2

CHAPTER II JEREMIAH OBADIAH JOWLETT Is a small, gloomy office overlooking Whitehall, Mr. Jeremiah Jowlett collected together the dossiers he had been examining, tucked them under his arm and sprinted for the room of...

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The Ghost of Downhill – Chapter 1

Download The Ghost of Downhill free eBook EDITOR’S NOTE: (As written in the 1938 print of The Ghost of Downhill) To find a novel-reader who is unfamiliar with the type of story that Edgar...