Kessinger Publishing, Jun 1, 2004 - 252 pages
The morning after the storm was bright and beautiful. The breakers, indeed, were still thundering on the shore, but otherwise the sea was calm, and the sun shone into the breakfast parlour of Seaside Villa with a degree of intensity that might have warmed the heart of an oyster. It certainly warmed the heart of the household cat, which, being an early riser, was first down-stairs, and lay at full length on the rug, enjoying at once the heat of the glowing fire which tinged its brown back with red, and the blazing sun which turned its white breast yellow.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - gmillar - LibraryThing
Sub-titled, "A Tough Yarn", this story presents the situation in the 1800s that faced shipwrecked mariners and it talks of the institution of a "Sailors' Home". Read full review