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Rita: The Mystery of a Turkish Bath, v.1, 12 November 2008

The Mystery of a Turkish Bath (1888)
By Rita [Eliza Margaret Jane Gollan], (1850–1938).
Produced by Nick Hodson of London, England, for Project Gutenberg.


A sensational novelette, set in a ladies’ Turkish bath at an English spa town. Many mysteries are noted (what does an elegant lady wear in a Turkish bath? How might she keep her hair in curl?) but the plot centres on a mysterious, beautiful stranger, who spouts spiritualism, theosophy and the law of karma to the steaming ladies. A tragic tale unfolds…
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