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Storylandia 16: The Abrupt Disappearance of Cousin Wilfrid By Kathryn L. Ramage Ginger Mayerson,

  • Title: Storylandia 16: The Abrupt Disappearance of Cousin Wilfrid
  • Author: Kathryn L. Ramage Ginger Mayerson
  • ISBN: 9781942007029
  • Page: 363
  • Format: None
  • Wilfrid Babington Loewes has disappeared, and no one in the quiet village of Abbotshill can say what s happened to him He s quarreled with nearly every member of his family, including his cousin Freddie Has he simply left in fit of pique Has he gone to visit that girl his mother doesn t approve of Or is something sinister going on In this sequel to Death Among tWilfrid Babington Loewes has disappeared, and no one in the quiet village of Abbotshill can say what s happened to him He s quarreled with nearly every member of his family, including his cousin Freddie Has he simply left in fit of pique Has he gone to visit that girl his mother doesn t approve of Or is something sinister going on In this sequel to Death Among the Marshes, Storylandia 10 Freddie Babington begins his second investigation unwillingly It isn t until one body turns up, then another, that the truth behind Wilfrid s disappearance is revealed to be complicated and insidious than Freddie could have imagined.
    Storylandia The Abrupt Disappearance of Cousin Wilfrid Wilfrid Babington Loewes has disappeared and no one in the quiet village of Abbotshill can say what s happened to him He s quarreled with nearly every member of his family including his cousin Fredd

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    1. When the Great War began in the summer of 1914, I was a boy of eighteen Like so many boys of my age, I was eager to go and fight We saw it as a grand opportunity for adventure, as well as a chance to do a fine and noble thing Dulce et decorum est but none of us believed we would be the ones to die for our country We couldn t possibly imagine how many of our number would die We couldn t foresee that we would return to Kathryn Ramage s Death Among the Marshes introduced us to Frederick Babington, [...]

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