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The Cavern of Death

by Allen W. Grove
Publisher:
Release Date: 2005
Genre: Fiction
Pages: 96 pages
ISBN 13: 9780976604839
ISBN 10: 0976604833
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Synopsis : The Cavern of Death written by Allen W. Grove, published by which was released on 2005. Download The Cavern of Death Books now! Available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. This new edition includes a new introduction and notes for modern readers. -- After a three year absence and a terrifying journey through the Black Forest, young Sir Albert has returned to Dornheim, eager to see again his friend Lord Frederic and his true love, the lady Constance. But his joy on his homecoming is short-lived when he learns he has rivals for Constance's love. The Baron of Dornheim is set to marry her in three days, and anxious to prevent the marriage and wed her himself, Frederic solicits the horrified Albert to assassinate the Baron. Determined to spare Constance a future with either the aged Dornheim or the murderous Frederic, Albert plots to rescue her from her father's castle. But when their plans are discovered, and a band of assassins are sent to murder Albert, he flees to the haunted Cavern of Death, where a phantom, a skeleton, and a bloody sword will reveal an unspeakable murder and the long-concealed secret of his own birth. Phenomenally popular in both England and the United States upon its publication in 1794, The Cavern of Death was among the most influential and widely-read of early Gothic novels. This new edition includes a new introduction and notes for modern readers.

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