These two early novellas by Mary Roberts Rinehart mix mystery and the occult. The original copyrights are 1916 (Sight Unseen) and 1917 (The Confession) and this compilation into a single book is copyright 1921. In Sight Unseen Rinehart speaks in first person through Horace, a member of the Neighborhood Club. They find the medium they invite for a seance connects them with a murder in a mix of mystery and the occult. In The Confession Miss Agnes and her maid rent a summer home that turns ghostly and mysterious in this gothic suspense tale.
Book Publisher: George H. Doran Company
Book copyright: 1921
Book edition: First edition
Pages: 307 (316 bound pages)
Size: 5″ x 7-5/8″
Dust jacket: No
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