In an overnight letter to Ashton, Stark writes that they are going to believe it was, indeed, Oscar Wilde who wrote Pribby’s letters. Billee Bee did some research, and Wilde was on Jersey for a week in 1893, so he might have gone to Guernsey during that visit. A famous graphologist will be arriving Friday with some of Wilde’s authenticated letters. If Thisbee finds the Holy Grail in his back yard, Stark does not want to hear about it. His heart can take only so much.
Pribby writes Stark to say she has heard about the handwriting expert he is sending to look at Granny Pheen’s...
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