Gwendolyn and Dan get a backstage pass in pursuit of the mysterious Kensington Gore, while Ponder Wright has a drink with his brother Mordecai.
Lord Brass and Conrad speak with a delegate of American radicals, while Gwendolyn and Dan seek out the lair of Kensington Gore, Crime Boss of the theatre gangs.
It is now 1886, and a new Prime Minister is in power. Arriving in Scotland, Lady Brass gets an update from the staff, while back in London, Ponder meets with a retired pugilist.
Cyril and Lord Brass bring their friends to the Department of Topography and Statistics, and a conversation takes place on a ship leaving England.
Lord Whitestone has visitors and Lord Trent bridles at the Crime Minister’s plans.
Lord Whitestone goes drinking with an aviator chum, and Lord Trent delivers a significant speech in the House of Lords.
A solemn memorial is held for the Brass family in the final resting place of English heroes, Westminster Abbey.
This short story by the French master of the form recounts a conversation between two beautiful young women about the perils of finding good domestic help.
In the conclusion to E. E. Kellett’s short story, things get increasingly dark as the beautiful creation of an genius inventor conquers not only London society, but the hearts of two suitors.
In this obscure but brilliant short story by E. E. Kellett, an inventor is challenged by his friend to create an “anti-phonograph” that can engage a speaker in a conversation. But he does much, much more than that….