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Title: Bat Wing

Author: Sax Rohmer

Release Date: August, 2004 [EBook #6382]
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BAT WING

BY SAX ROHMER




[Illustration: "_When the woman raised her arms in a peculiar
fashion, the shadow on the blind was remarkably like that of a
bat_"]




CONTENTS



CHAPTER
I. PAUL HARLEY OF CHANCERY LANE
II. THE VOODOO SWAMP
III. THE VAMPIRE BAT
IV. CRAY'S FOLLY
V. VAL BEVERLEY
VI. THE BARRIER
VII. AT THE LAVENDER ARMS
VIII. THE CALL OF M'KOMBO
IX. OBEAH
X. THE NIGHT WALKER
XI. THE SHADOW ON THE BLIND
XII. MORNING MISTS
XIII. AT THE GUEST HOUSE
XIV. YSOLA CAMBER
XV. UNREST
XVI. RED EVE
XVII. NIGHT OF THE FULL MOON
XVIII. INSPECTOR AYLESBURY OF MARKET HILTON
XIX. COMPLICATIONS.
XX. A SPANISH CIGARETTE
XXI. THE WING OF A BAT
XXII. COLIN CAMBER'S SECRET
XXIII. INSPECTOR AYLESBURY CROSS-EXAMINES
XXIV. AN OFFICIAL MOVE
XXV. AYLESBURY'S THEORY
XXVI. IN MADAME'S ROOM
XXVII. AN INSPIRATION
XXVIII. MY THEORY OF THE CRIME
XXIX. A LEE-ENFIELD RIFLE
XXX. THE SEVENTH YEW TREE
XXXI. YSOLA CAMBER'S CONFESSION
XXXII. PAUL HARLEY'S EXPERIMENT
XXXIII. PAUL HARLEY'S EXPERIMENT CONCLUDED
XXXIV. THE CREEPING SICKNESS
XXXV. AN AFTERWORD

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