Author(s): Dickens Charles
Stumbling upon some luggage that has been left behind in the hotel he works in, a waiter searches through it to try to identify its owner. He fails to discover this, but he does find, secreted away in different parts of the luggage, quite a number of stories. Impressed by their quality, he succeeds in getting them published, although the identity of their author remains a mystery until a visitor comes calling. Written with Dickens' characteristic wit and descriptive skill, and boasting contributions by four eminent Victorian writers, "Somebody's Luggage" is a wonderful composite of tales which will appeal to any struggling writer.