Island of Intrigue

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Robert M. McBride & Company, 1918 - Cape Cod (Mass.) - 303 pages

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Page 157 - tis well to be off with the old love Before one is on with the new Has somehow passed into a proverb, — But I never have found it true.
Page 197 - But to pass him was out of the question, and there was nothing for it but to return to my room, with tears of helpless anger in my eyes.
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Page 170 - I have come to tell you how sorry I am that I lost my temper with you this morning.
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Page 70 - I said, with a smile. She jumped at the sound of my voice, and her eyes widened with surprise, at seeing me about so early, I suppose. "Good m-morning, Miss !" she stammered awkwardly. "Tis a lovely morning. You're up early, Miss.
Page 52 - Its broad, shady veranda was two stories high, and a wide hall ran down the center of the house, with great, square rooms opening from it on either side.

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