The Embezzlers, or Life Is a 19th-Century Novel

The chaos began when the will arrived in the mail. It did not resemble a legal document. Was it junk mail?

And suddenly my life became a19th-century novel. In George Eliot’s Middlemarch and Tolstoy’s War and Peace, there are dramatic scenes in which relatives hover in sick rooms in hopes of inheriting wealth. ¬†Of course there is no actual money is to be had by this will, but a chimera can cause just as much trouble.

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