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The End Of Her Honeymoon

The End Of Her Honeymoon All the world was let into the secret said the Prefect regretfully for the family had confided from the first in the Press They thought what did they not think poor foolish people Among other th

  • Title: The End Of Her Honeymoon
  • Author: Marie Belloc Lowndes
  • ISBN: 9780405078842
  • Page: 225
  • Format: Unknown Binding
  • All the world was let into the secret, said the Prefect regretfully, for the family had confided, from the first, in the Press They thought what did they not think, poor, foolish people Among other things they actually believed that the Count had been murdered for political reasons But no, the explanation was far simple That high minded man, that Christian gentAll the world was let into the secret, said the Prefect regretfully, for the family had confided, from the first, in the Press They thought what did they not think, poor, foolish people Among other things they actually believed that the Count had been murdered for political reasons But no, the explanation was far simple That high minded man, that Christian gentleman, this father of charming children whom he apparently adored, had gone off under a false name, leaving everything that was dear to him, including his large fortune, to throw in his lot with the governess

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    1. A young newly wed couple are on the third week of their honeymoon when they arrive in Paris. Its the Exhibition and every lodging house is at full capacity. At well past midnight they manage to secure rooms at an ancient home, although not together. The wife is given the owner's daughter's room (who is away) and her husband is given a room in the garret."No worries, Darling. Its only for one night."Morning comes but her artist husband is nowhere to be found.Not only has he mysteriously disappear [...]

    2. This was my favorite of the three from the book that includes the Lodger & The Uttermost Farthing. This is a take on the urban legend from the 19th century Paris World Exposition which has a missing husband instead of mother & wife instead of daughter is said to have imagined that they even had their loved ones present at a hotel where all employees deny such a person. I loved her version more so then the mother daughter version. It is interesting how the Parsian morgue is a site seeing [...]

    3. From the author of "The Lodger", a couple returns from honeymooning back to his native Paris where they stay in a hotel waiting for his flat to be fixed up. The hotel is packed due to local festivities. The couple has to be put up in separate rooms. The next morning she gets up & goes looking for her husband. The couple who own the hotel say she came in alone. The book is slow & repetitive, signs of writing at the time, but I thought worth one read through.

    4. EntertainingA couple on their honeymoon arrive in Paris during The Exhibition. All hotels are full, but they find a hotel and are given separate rooms.When the bride awakens the next morning her husband has vanished. She is told by the hotel owners she came alone to the hotel. There is no trace of her husband.The ending is surprising!

    5. Too slow no mistery no story Im disapointed.I read about her in the book A moveable feast, were Ezra Pound speaks highly of her. So I gave it a try!

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