A Discord in Avalon  (1914) 
by H. Bedford-Jones
Extracted from New Story magazine, July 1914, pp. 1-45. A novella.

Thus far, he had taken no notice of the occupant of the chair next to his; but now [...] Quentin eyed the man, sized him up as a detective or plain-clothes man—then shivered slightly at a light contact. He glanced down to see a hand stealthily approaching his coat pocket.

It was a woman's hand, slender and well shaped, perfectly manicured and with unexpected dimples over each knuckle. . . .

And that was to be just the start of a very curious adventure for Dr. Quentin.

A Discord in Avalon.

By H. Bedford-Jones.

Chapters (not listed in original)

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