A Murder, A Mystery and a Marriage by Mark Twain read by Garrison Keillor
A humble farmer means for his daughter to marry a wealthy man's son--until a stranger is found unconscious in the snow. Mark Twain wrote this compelling tale in 1876 for a "blind novelette" competition.
Set in the quaint hamlet of Deer Lick, a mythical town resembling Twain's own Hannibal, Missouri, it was never published and was believed lost. Rediscovered after 125 years and read by Garrison Keillor and Roy Blount, Jr., it allows us once again to celebrate a literary genius.