Raspberry Jam by Carolyn Wells Page 1 of 219


I. The Great Hanlon
II. A Trip To Newark
III. The Stunt
IV. The Emburys
V. The Explanation
VI. A Slammed Door
VII. A Vision
VIII. The Examiner
IX. Hamlet
X. A Confession
XI. Fifi
XII. In Hanlon's Office
XIII. Fleming Stone
XIV. The Five Senses
XV. Marigny The Medium
XVI. Fibsy's Busy Day
XVII. Hanlon's Ambition
XVIII. The Guilty One

Raspberry Jam
Carolyn Wells
Chapter I
The Great Hanlon

"You may contradict me as flat as a flounder, Eunice, but that won't alter the facts. There is something in telepathy-there is something in mind-reading-"

"If you could read my mind, Aunt Abby, you'd drop that subject. For if you keep on, I may say what I think, and-"

"Oh, that won't bother me in the least. I know what you think, but your thoughts are so chaotic-so ignorant of the whole matter-that they are worthless. Now, listen to this from the paper: 'Hanlon will walk blindfolded-blindfolded, mind you-through the streets of Newark, and will find an article hidden by a representative of The Free Press.'

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