In letters of gold
by Hake, Thomas St. E. (Thomas St. Edmund)
Nedlicott is the only person who takes an interest in the troubles of wildrake, who has been drifting for many years and is now completely run down, drinks, and not perfectly sound of understanding anymore. He imagines he hears the footsteps of his daughter in the middle of the night. What is the mystery that lies st the bottom of his troubles?
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