After a passionate affair with Agnes Keith-Wessington, Jack Pansay wearies of her and becomes engaged to Miss Kitty Mannering. However, Wessington refuses to accept the rejection and reappears in Jack’s life, trying to make him reconsider. But to her greatest regret, Pansay continues to respond curtly and brutally. Not so long after, Agnes dies of a broken heart. From this moment on, Jack's life will never be the same again. Why did Pansay reject Wessington? How is he going to react to her death? Will he marry Miss Kitty, or will she break off the engagement? Find all the answers in Rudyard Kipling’s 1888 ghost story "The Phantom Rickshaw".