The Mystery of Muller Hill



This 1972 reprint of an 1899 mystery story has a brown heavy paper cover with black lettering, pamphlet-style staple binding.  The story is reprinted here in its entirety as well as maps of the Georgetown area, several black-and-white photographs, and supplemental material.  Part-fiction, part-history, the book tells the story Louis Anathe Muller, a "distinguished French refugee" who settled with his family in Georgetown, New York in the early 1800s and was later believed to be the French King Charles X.  72 pages; approx. 6"x8". Some light wear and soil.
  • The Mystery of Muller Hill
  • Warren W. Ames
  • Gleaner Press, 1972