Présentation de l'éditeur
The Fate of Fenella was first published in 1891 and 1892 as a serial novel in a weekly magazine called The Gentlewoman. In May of 1892 it was published in book form by the Cassell Publishing Co. of New York and by Hutchinson & Co. of London. It was an experimental novel with a different author writing each of the twenty-four chapters. Chapter ten of the series "Lord Castleton Explains" was written by Bram Stoker the world famous author of Dracula.
In this chapter Lord Francis Onslow accidentally runs into his wife who he hasn't seen in six weeks and who he believes has been unfaithful to him. Unaware that she has been in serious legal trouble he is cold and distant. A little while later he runs into his friend Lord Castleton who tells him that she was tried for murder under rather unusual circumstances.