Gallegher and Other Stories
1906. American journalist and novelist who covered wars all over the world. His vivid accounts made him one of the leading reporters of his day. Contents: Gallegher: A Newspaper Story; A Walk Up the Avenue; My Disreputable Friend, Mr. Raegen; The Other Woman; The Trailer for Room No. 8; There were Ninety and Nine; The Cynical Miss Catherwaight; Van Bibber and the Swan-Boats; Van Bibber's Burglar; and Van Bibber as Best Man. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.
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