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Carolyn Wells (1862-1942) worked as a librarian for the Railway Library Association for some years. About 1900 she devoted herself to literary work, and over the next four decades she produced a flood of books, some 170 titles that fell into several genres: children's stories, mystery and detective stories, anthologies, and humorous and nonsense writings. This first edition crime novel is set in New York.

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