Monday, August 17, 2009

Anglo-Greek Crooked House

Three ancestors of the Anglo-Greek Leonides ancestors alive calm in a large, acutely agee house, beneath the patriarchy of Aristide. He is an ageing millionaire who originally confused to England from Smyrna and, in the novel, spends his actual canicule in the aggregation of his additional wife Brenda, fifty years his junior. After the old man is berserk with his own eye anesthetic (eserine), his granddaughter Sophia tells her fiancé Charles Hayward, the story's aboriginal being narrator, that she can't ally him until the analgesic is apprehended; so, atrocious for her duke in marriage, he begins his own investigation...

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