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Kessinger Publishing, May 1, 2004 - Fiction - 352 pages
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1905. The American newspaperman and novelist begins this novel: A tall young man sped swiftly up the wide stone steps leading to the doorway of a mansion in one of Chicago's most fashionable avenues. After pushing the button sharply he jerked out his watch and guessed at the time by the dull red light from the panel in the door. Then he hastily brushed from the sleeve of his coat the telltale billiard chalk, whose presence reminded him that a general survey might be a wise precaution. He was rubbing a white streak from his trousers' leg when the door flew open and the butler admitted him to the hallway. This personage relieved him of his hat, coat and stick and announced: Miss Vernon is w'itin' for you, sir. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.

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A very old fashioned, predictable & contrived romance. Still, since it was the book my grandmother read as a teen ager that ultimately inspired my name I had to give it a three, even though Nedra was ... Read full review

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