The Lady of the Shroud is the 1909 novel by Bram Stoker. The book is written in the first person via a series of letters and diary entries by various characters, with the majority written by a character named Rupert. Rupert is the black sheep of his family and at the reading of his uncles will, is forced to stay at the castle in the Blue Mountains for a year before he can permanently inherit a large sum of money.
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