His Children's Children

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Kessinger Publishing, May 1, 2004 - Fiction - 400 pages
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1923. Train was the former assistant district attorney in New York City. His interactions with clients, together with his experiences in the courtroom, provided the material for the more than 250 short stories and novels he would write during his lifetime. Contents: Strong Men; The Laodicean; Claudia's Affair; The House of Kayne; The Corner Store; Treasure Island; The Tarn; What Can We Do About It?; Children of Yesterday; Knight Errant; Pirate Emeritus; The Last of the Victorians; The Spirit of 1921; Rufus Goes Bad; A Real Party; Claudia's Escape; Weed and Flower; The Calm; The Law Trap; Dictum; The Storm; Playing the Game; The Sentence; His Back to the Wall; Himself Again; The Devil and the Architect; More Matter for a May Morning; The End of a Chapter; The Butterfly Club; Vi Et Armis; and Babylon is Fallen, is Fallen. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.

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