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J. Long, 1904 - English fiction - 299 pages
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Page 303 - Mrs. Lovett Cameron is one of the best story-tellers of the day, and her pages are so full of life and movement that not one of them is willingly skipped. Daily News. — " Mrs. Lovett Cameron's stories are always bright, vivacious, and entertaining. They are very pleasantly human, and have, withal, a charming freshness and vigour." Daily Telegraph.—" Mrs. Lovett Cameron is a fertile and fluent storyteller, and an uncommonly clever woman.
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