Frank Miles and Oscar Wilde

cover Frank Miles and Oscar Wilde - "such white lilies"

Molly Whittington-Egan

It was a hot summer's day in 1876, and the two young men, in their prime, were strolling around the ambages of a rectory garden. There were rose walks, and everywhere such white lilies.

The friends were close and confiding: they talked with passion of art, literature and religion, and other more intimate matters.

Baskets of strawberries were brought between sets of the new lawn-tennis. Oscar was awfully good at it - gangling, yet muscular and quick. He was in particularly fine spirits, because he has just got his First. Actually, he had never visited Frank's family at Bingham Rectory before...
Softbound: 15.6 x 23.4 cm,
112 pp., illustrated.

ISBN 1 904201 09 1
£12.50 / $25.00

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Molly Whittington-Egan graduated from Newnham College, Cambridge, worked as a social worker in an asylum and trained as a solicitor. She has written many books on criminal and psychological matters, including Doctor Forbes Winslow: Defender of the Insane, Murder on the Bluff (the Yokohama case), Khaki Mischief (the Agra case), and Classic Scottish Murder Stories.

Published 15 January 2008
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