The Danger Mark

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The Floating Press, Nov 1, 2012 - Fiction - 549 pages
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In the early years of his literary career, author Robert W. Chambers focused on weird horror, earning the admiration of his peers, including the great H.P. Lovecraft. Later he turned his attention to high-society drama and romance, but his treatment of these seemingly trivial topics is freighted with the same intensity and intrigue that characterized his previous work. The Danger Mark follows the ups and downs of an orphaned twin whose hedonistic tendencies may prove to be her downfall.
 

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Contents

Chapter I The Seagraves
4
Chapter II In Trust
31
Chapter III The Threshold
57
Chapter IV The Year of Discretion
97
Chapter V RoyaNeh
130
Chapter VI Adrift
154
Chapter VII Together
182
Chapter VIII An Afterglow
214
Chapter XIV The Prophets
347
Chapter XV Dysart
369
Chapter XVI Through the Woods
390
Chapter XVII The Danger Mark
413
Chapter XVIII Bon Chien
433
Chapter XIX Questions and Answers
447
Chapter XX In Search of Herself
471
Chapter XXI The Golden Hours
490

Chapter IX Confession
236
Chapter X Dusk
251
Chapter XI Fête Galante
269
Chapter XII The Love of the Gods
296
Chapter XIII Ambitions and Letters
325
Chapter XXII Cloudy Mountain
506
Chapter XXIII Sine Die
523
Chapter XXIV The Prologue Ends
543
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