The Mystery of Edwin Drood

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The Mystery of Edwin Drood  (1870) 
by Charles Dickens
The Mystery of Edwin Drood is the final novel by Charles Dickens. The novel was left unfinished at the time of Dickens' death, and readers have often speculated what the ending might have been.— Excerpted from The Mystery of Edwin Drood on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Contents

I. The Dawn
II. A Dean, and a Chapter also
III. The Nun's House
IV. Mr. Sapsea
V. Mr. Durdles and Friend
VI. Philanthropy in Minor Canon Corner
VII. More Confidences than one
VIII. Daggers drawn
IX. Birds in the Bush
X. Smoothing the Way
XI. A Picture and a Ring
XII. A Night with Durdles
XIII. Both at their best
XIV. When shall these three meet again?
XV. Impeached
XVI. Devoted
XVII. Philanthropy, Professional and Unprofessional
XVIII. A Settler in Cloisterham
XIX. Shadow on the Sun-dial
XX. A Flight
XXI. A Recognition
XXII. A Gritty State of Things comes on
XXIII. The Dawn again

This work published before January 1, 1923 is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.