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Mark Twain is in merry old England to see his family. Wentworth Cabot, Twain's assistant, is looking forward to seeing the sights, and hopefully finding some peace and quiet - when not helping his boss with a new lecture series. But peace is the last thing they find when they bump into Slippery Ed, a con man from New Orleans and an acquaintance of Twain's. Ed convinces Twain and his family to attend a seance. The famed author is skeptical of "spooks." But when another attendee is murdered, Twain must discover whether the killer is one of the flesh-and-blood members of the audience - or a specter from the beyond.

©1999 Peter J. Heck (P)2018 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved. Excerpt from The Dumb Shall Sing © 1999 by Stephen Lewis.

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