The Dark Star

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The Floating Press, Nov 1, 2012 - Fiction - 508 pages
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What if you were involved in the theft of one of the legendary jewels of all time -- and you didn't even know it? That's exactly what happens to the innocent damsel at the center of Robert W. Chambers' The Dark Star. She prays for a strong, silent savior to extract her from the mess she's in -- but will she recognize and call upon her own wit and spunk before it's too late?
 

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Contents

Alaks Song
6
The Dark Star
9
Preface Children of the Star
10
Chapter I The WonderBox
21
Chapter II Brookhollow
42
Chapter III In Embryo
56
Chapter IV The Trodden Way
65
Chapter V Ex Machina
75
Chapter XVIII By Radio
258
Chapter XIX The Captain of the Volhynia
275
Chapter XX The Drop of Irish
283
Chapter XXI Method and Foresight
301
Chapter XXII Two Thirteen
308
Chapter XXIII On His Way
315
Chapter XXIV The Road to Paris
323
Chapter XXV Cup and Lip
345

Chapter VI The End of Solitude
89
Chapter VII Obsession
103
Chapter VIII A Change Impends
112
Chapter IX Nonresistance
121
Chapter X Driving HeadOn
138
Chapter XI The Breakers
149
Chapter XII A Life Line
161
Chapter XIII Letters from a Little Girl
178
Chapter XIV A Journey Begins
206
Chapter XV The Locked House
212
Chapter XVI Scheherazade
233
Chapter XVII A White Skirt
248
Chapter XXVI Rue Soleil DOr
357
Chapter XXVII From Four to Five
374
Chapter XXVIII Together
382
Chapter XXIX En Famille
397
Chapter XXX Jardin Russe
411
Chapter XXXI The Café des Bulgars
423
Chapter XXXII The Cercle Extranationale
435
Chapter XXXIII A Rat Hunt
457
Chapter XXXIV Sunrise
477
Chapter XXXV The First Day
494
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