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April 30, 2005 by IndyPublish.com .
Written in English
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'Madame Midas' is a tale of Australian mining life. Fergusson Wright Hume was born on 8th. Madame Midas -- that is what they call Mrs. Villiers, living in the Australian mining town of Ballarat. She once possessed enormous wealth, built up over the years by her loving father -- and then learned the least pleasant of lessons, marrying an Englishman whose true colors were soon unfurled at every nearby gambling and drinking having left Pages: Read "Madame Midas" by Fergus Hume available from Rakuten Kobo.
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In her introduction, Wright explains that Hume’s tale is loosely based on a real-life female Australian mining speculator of the late 3/5(1). Charming, intelligent and forthright, the remarkable Madame Midas makes her fortune on the goldfields of Ballarat-and becomes the target of the villainous ex-convict Gaston Vandeloup, a charismatic Frenchman who soon makes himself indispensable to her mining operations.
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One bright morning Vandeloup was in the office running up endless columns of figures, and Madame, dressed in her underground garments, was making ready to go below, just having stepped in.
The inquest was appointed to take place next day, and Calton had been asked by Madame Midas to be present on her behalf.
Kilsip, a detective officer, was also present, and, curled up like a cat in the corner, was listening to every word of the evidence. Madame Midas is the thrilling companion piece to Fergus Hume's phenomenally successful The Mystery of a Hansom Cab, and includes an introduction by Simon Caterson.
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She was not by any means of a nervous temperature, yet ever since the disappearance of her husband she was a prey to a secret dread, which, reacting on her nerves, rendered her miserable. On this she put a night-light, a book, in case Madame should wake up and want. Buy Madame Midas: Text Classics by Fergus Hume from Waterstones today.
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Madame Midas lay in a dead faint for some time, and when she came to herself she was still in the trap. Fergus Hume was a 20th century American author who had many works adapted into screenplays and movies, such as The Top Dog.
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