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Page 307 - An ideal love story — one that justifies the publishing business, refreshes the heart of the reviewer, strengthens faith in the outcome of the great experiment of putting humanity on earth. The Rosary is a rare book, a source of genuine delight.
Page 252 - Again they felt they had four "souls with but a single thought," four "hearts that beat as one.
Page 138 - Egerton!" commanded his mother, secretly more angry with her son than she had ever been in her life. "Miss Smith!