The Crimson Tide

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The Floating Press, Nov 1, 2012 - Fiction - 461 pages
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Though his original area of literary interest was horror in the vein of H.P. Lovecraft, world events in the political arena influenced author Robert W. Chambers to tackle more topical subjects. In the thrilling action-adventure tale The Crimson Tide, an intrepid activist in New York fights back against an encroaching wave of Bolshevism.
 

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Contents

Foreword
7
Preface
20
Argument
31
Chapter I
40
Chapter II
58
Chapter III
70
Chapter IV
86
Chapter V
98
Chapter XIII
244
Chapter XIV
260
Chapter XV
290
Chapter XVI
309
Chapter XVII
327
Chapter XVIII
343
Chapter XIX
356
Chapter XX
376

Chapter VI
115
Chapter VII
131
Chapter VIII
154
Chapter IX
172
Chapter X
196
Chapter XI
211
Chapter XII
226
Chapter XXI
391
Chapter XXII
409
Chapter XXIII
422
Chapter XXIV
432
Chapter XXV
442
Endnotes
460
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