TITLE

XX: WHAT HAD MADE THE CHANGE?

PUB. DATE
January 1914
SOURCE
Dark Hollow;1/1/1914, p85
SOURCE TYPE
Classic Book
DOC. TYPE
Book Chapter
ABSTRACT
Book 2, Chapter 20 of the book "Dark Hollow" is presented. It explores the efforts of Deborah Scoville, the wife of John Scoville, who is convicted for the crime of murdering a man named Algernon Etheridge in Shelby, to challenge the verdict of Judge Ostrander. This chapter further narrates how Deborah thought about the services of Alanson Black as her husband's counsel.
ACCESSION #
34340381

 

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