Our latest Project Gutenberg eBook, produced with the help of Distributed Proofreaders, is An Old Man’s Darling by Mrs. Alex. McVeigh Miller, another of the author’s early efforts for The New York Family Story Paper, published later in the same year as The Bride of the Tomb and Queenie’s Terrible Secret. In this story, the young heroine receives a dire warning from a seaside fortune teller while visiting Cape May; unfortunately for her, it proves to be all too accurate, and she experiences more than her fair share of murder, deception and heartache before the inevitable happy conclusion.
The full text of the story can be downloaded or read online through Project Gutenberg. Readers might also be interested in looking at the original story paper installments from July 25 and August 1, 1881 to see some illustrations not found in later reprints of the tale.
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