Historical Mysteries (Paperback)
Andrew Lang is known for being a poet, novelist, literary critic, and student of anthropology. He is most famous for his folk stories and fairy tales. The majority of these essays appeared in The Cornhill Magazine in 1904. The Table of Contents includes The Case of Elizabeth Canning, The Murder of Escovedo, The Campden Mystery, The Case of Allan Breck, The Cardinal's Necklace, The Mystery of Kaspar Hauser: the Child of Europe, The Gowrie Conspiracy, The Strange Case of Daniel Dunglas Home, The Case of Captain Green, Queen Oglethorpe (in collaboration with Miss Alice Shield), The Chevalier D'eon, Saint-Germain the Deathless, The Mystery of the Kirks, and The End of Jeanne de la Motte.