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The Lost Heir (1899)

by G. A. Henty

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In this tale of intrigue in India and England, a child who is the sole heir to the fortune of a wealthy Indian Army officer, disappears. The officer, a general, has died, having been murdered, leaving all his earthly goods to the child. But if the child is dead, or cannot be located, the will directs these goods be given to a rogue named Sanderson, who poses as John Simcoe. After many intrigues and adventures, Sanderson is exposed as the murderer, and forger of a false will, and the rightful heir, the child is found.… (more)

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