Mrs. Raeburn’s Waxwork by Eleanor Smith audiobook

Mrs. Raeburn’s Waxwork

By Eleanor Smith
Read by Cathy Dobson

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0.52 Hours 1
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Mrs. Raeburn’s Waxwork is an eerie tale about Patrick Lamb, who takes a job as custodian of Mugivan’s waxwork exhibition. In the part of the exhibition where all the murderers and freaks are displayed, there is one figure which fascinates him. It is the figure of Mrs. Raeburn, the poisoner. Every evening as it gets dark, the figure seems to be alive—its expressions change subtly, its eyes seem to follow him … Gradually he realizes that he is bewitched by this beautiful poisoner. And then one afternoon Patrick meets a strange visitor to the exhibition: an elderly woman who introduces herself to him as Mrs. Raeburn.

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Summary

Summary

Mrs. Raeburn’s Waxwork is an eerie tale about Patrick Lamb, who takes a job as custodian of Mugivan’s waxwork exhibition. In the part of the exhibition where all the murderers and freaks are displayed, there is one figure which fascinates him. It is the figure of Mrs. Raeburn, the poisoner.

Every evening as it gets dark, the figure seems to be alive—its expressions change subtly, its eyes seem to follow him … Gradually he realizes that he is bewitched by this beautiful poisoner. And then one afternoon Patrick meets a strange visitor to the exhibition: an elderly woman who introduces herself to him as Mrs. Raeburn.

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Author Bio: Eleanor Smith

Author Bio: Eleanor Smith

Lady Eleanor Furneaux Smith (1902–1945) was an English author, journalist, and film critic. She is best known for her supernatural stories.

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Available Formats : Digital Download
Category: Fiction
Runtime: 0.52
Audience: Adult
Language: English