The Morley family--a husband, his wife and her three children from a former marriage, one young ward, and a governess. Add Giles Ware, a young man who was engaged by a family agreement to the young ward, the fact that he's in love with the governess and you have the start of a mystery. Not long after, the young ward is found dead and the governess has disappeared with a mysterious man. This is a Green Bird Publication of a quality soft cover.
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About the Author
Hume was born in England, the second son of James Hume. When he was three the family emigrated to Dunedin, New Zealand, where he was educated at Otago Boys' High School and studied law at the University of Otago. He was admitted to the New Zealand bar in 1885. Shortly after graduation Hume relocated to Melbourne, Australia, where he obtained a job as a barristers' clerk. He began writing plays, but found it impossible to persuade the managers of Melbourne theatres to accept or even to read them.
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