Books: Fiction: Sep. 5, 1927

Fall of the House of Pride

Author Leonard Cline has been weaving spells* in the vicinity of Englewood, N. J. He has regrown the virgin forest there and placed in its tangled heart a mansion full of dark madness.

In Mordance Hall lives Richard Pride, whose madness is living life over again, living it beside himself with audacious backward excursions into the lives of people he has known. This he does by the aid of drugs and a corps of skilled, secret investigators. In his sepulchral study, entombed by...

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