The lights of the Paris
Opera House dim and a lovely singer holds the audience spellbound with her enchanting
voice. Two men are rivals for her love: one of them the beloved friend of her
childhood — and the other the terrifying "opera ghost" who haunts the
theater and wields a strange power over the performer.
This thrilling novel and its many adaptations have beguiled the imaginations of countless audiences throughout the twentieth century. A gripping tale of longing passion, fear, and violence, the mystery classic will hold readers captive as it weaves its way toward a shocking and tragic conclusion.
Reprint of The Bobbs-Merrill Company, Indianapolis, 1911 edition.