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The Rulers of the Lakes

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The Rulers of the Lakes is written by Joseph A. Altsheler. Young Robert Lennox and his friend Tayoga, an Onondaga Indian, undertake to make a dangerous journey through the northern wilderness to warn the garrison and settlers gathered at Fort Refuge of the hostile forces.

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The Rough Road

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Rough Road is written by William J. Locke. Follow the humiliation of Marmaduke "Doggie" Trevor as he tries to be a soldier.

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The Roll-Call

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The Roll-Call is written by Arnold Bennett. Follows the career of George Cannon, Hilda Lessway's son, as he mounted through succeeding strata of literary, artistic, political, and fashionable society. It ends with his enlistment and training for active service.

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The Rider in Khaki

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The Rider in Khaki is written by Nat Gould. A wholesome, exciting story of clean sport and daring adventure--just the book to appeal to men in camp and to all who ask chiefly for a good story.

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Ride Proud, Rebel!

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Ride Proud, Rebel! is written by Andre Norton. A dramatic portrayal of the last year of the Confederacy, when brave men met defeat with honor.

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Riddle of the Rhine

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Riddle of the Rhine is written by Victor LeFebure. An account of the critical struggle for power and for the decisive war initiative. The campaign fostered by the great Rhine factories, and the pressing problems which they represent.

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The Red Cross Girl

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The Red Cross Girl is written by Richard Harding Davis. In this volume we have a collection of the most original and delightful stories Mr. Davis has ever penned. Mr. Davis is popularly known as "the man who has never written a dull line," and in this volume, his reputation is amply justified.

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The Red Badge of Courage

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The Red Badge of Courage is written by Stephen Crane. Following the experiences of 19-year-old Henry Fleming, a recruit in the American Civil War, the story is about the meaning of courage. One of the most influential American anti-war stories ever written.

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The Red Acorn

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The Red Acorn is written by John McElroy. The name given this story is that made glorious by the valor and achievements of the splendid First Division of the Fourteenth Army Corps, the cognizance of which was a crimson acorn, worn on the breasts of its gallant soldiers, and borne upon their battle flags.

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Over Here

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Over Here is written by Edgar A. Guest. Mothers and fathers who have sons "over there" or in the camps will enjoy this new volume by Edgar A. Guest, and will find in its warmly human pages a heartening message of courage, hope and good cheer for the trying days that lie ahead.

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