The Judge's House
What do Victorian-era values, a historic New England home, American law, art, theater, and culture have in common? The Judge's house is the intersection of these and a family's history — and mysteries — old and new.
Solving a Mystery
"There are no known survivors." That is what the newspaper article stated when it announced the death of Frances (Mary) Luques, the judge's second wife, in 1964. The Judge died two decades earlier--but left children and grandchildren, each with ties to the Luques story. Where were they? How had they lost touch? How had his legacy been left untold, hiding in plain sight for future owners of his house to discover?
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