Cynthia's Chauffeur

Kessinger Publishing
Classic mystery
The scene opens in London on Derby day. A lovely American girl and her English chaperon had engaged a chauffeur to take them in his car on a thousand miles run for ten days. On his way to keep the appointment the car met with an accident, and a young Englishman, the son of an earl, happened to be in the vicinity. The chauffeur had once been in his employ, and when he saw his distress at the possible loss of a good customer he thought it would be a fine lark to go himself, in the guise of a chauffeur, and take the ladies on their journey. The girl was beautiful and the pseudo chauffeur was young and romantic, and one of the strangest of love stories began.

About the author(s)

Description: Tracy, Louis
Louis Tracy (1863 - 1928) was a British journalist, and prolific writer of fiction.

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