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The Price of the Prairie

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The Price of the Prairie is written by Margaret Hill McCarter. This little love story of the prairies is dedicated to all who believe that the defence of the helpless is heroism; that the protection of the home is splendid achievement; and, that the storm, and stress, and patient endurance of the day will bring us at last to the peace of the purple twilight.

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Half a Chance

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Half a Chance is written by Frederic Stewart Isham. The hero of this tale is an ignorant, drunken, brutish Englishman, convicted of a crime he did not commit and transported to Australia -- a place he nearly reaches before the ship is wrecked and he is washed on a lonely island, with only a case of books to keep him company.

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The Knave of Diamonds

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The Knave of Diamonds is written by Ethel May Dell. This novel deals with the moral development of a man whose volcanic temperament is the outcome of a mixed parentage. After a fiery ordeal his uncontrolled passion is converted into a self-sacrificing devotion. The author has been beautifully characterized as "a born story teller."

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Miss Billy

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Miss Billy is written by Eleanor Hodgman Porter. "There is something altogether fascinating about 'Miss Billy,' some inexplicable feminine characteristic that seems to demand the individual attention of the reader from the moment we open the book until we reluctantly turn the last page."

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Miss Million's Maid

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Miss Million's Maid is written by Bertha Ruck. Entertaining story of a little London slavey who suddenly falls heir to great wealth. She engages her impoverished young mistress as her maid, who advises her well both as to matters of dress and her heart. The maid, incidentally, has many adventures and a romance of her own.

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Swallow

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Swallow is written by H. Rider Haggard. The story of a Dutch girl raised among the Kaffirs, who dreams of a brother -- and soon finds herself face-to-face with a shipwrecked young boy!

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The Fighting Chance

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The Fighting Chance is written by Robert W. Chambers. Wall Street battle royale, where love as well as finance hangs in the balance -- a society drunk fights alcoholism with the help of a loving (though flawed) woman.

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Two Apaches of Paris

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Two Apaches of Paris is written by Alice Askew. The careless pen of a Parisian journalist once supplied the word "Apache" to the Parisian cut-throat, and thereby established an institution. Imagine, however, all the characteristics of the Apache who robs and slays without fear of consequences, concentrated in one person and imagine that person a girl of Paris, primitive, remorseless, soulless and free, and you have Zéle, the heroine of this novel.

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The Silent Barrier

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The Silent Barrier is written by Louis Tracy. Produced as a film in 1920, starring Sheldon Lewis, Corinne Barker, Florence Dixon, Donald Cameron, and Gladys Hulette.

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The Ordeal

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The Ordeal is written by Mary Noailles Murfree. Nowhere could the idea of peace be more serenely, more majestically, expressed. The lofty purple mountains limited the horizon, and in their multitude and imposing symmetry bespoke the vast intentions of beneficent creation.

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