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The Mystery of Jamieson Stone

By: Jonathan Cross

...aker, “Alright, folks, it’s time to relax.” The same words she had always used before the start of every show. The studio went silent and then to bla... ... Bible. The red eye above the lens of the camera glared at him like a laser beam. Stone stared back as if it were the only thing in the universe. H... ...I mean who worked the closest with him on the set?” - J.Cross/Stone 9 The young man startled and flinched for a second. “That would be J.S., Ja... ...on in the political circles within the Beltway, and became a frequent guest on the Sunday morning news shows. Not only because he had garnered a win... ...re are they now?” “After Mr. Stone’s…well, they were too afraid to stay and left the next morning.” “Didn’t you find that peculiar?” “Two Jamaican’... ...right, Jonesy,” Brand said. “And don’t forget to have the window fixed first thing in the morning.” “Right you are, sir. Would you be needing anythi... ...on’t move, Tony,” Brand warned. “Fuck you. Shoot.” “Are you armed?” “I don’t carry a weapon when I go out to lunch.” But Garza opened his jacket... ...ccidentally ran across my desk. They’re going to equip the space station with six special weapons directed so that they cover the planet.” “Nuclear?... ...mn memo that’s why.” “So give,” Radcliff said. “What else did it say?” “It said that the weapons would be deployed within two months with the Russia...

...Jamieson’s involvement in arming the international space station. As rogue generals from Russia, China and the U.S. try to install a mind-control weapon designed to divide the world into three parts, Brand tries to stop them. Enlisting the help of Mrs. Stone, the mafia and covert operatives, he must find the weapon before it can be used. Read this taut thriller today! ...

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I'Ll Do Anything

By: Chrystal Kincaid

... by an intense set of his jaw that she recognized so well. Julia stood and stared as he ignored the questions being thrown at him rapid-fire. Their... ... shouting questions at her that were lost in the noise. Julia continued to stare past them to the foot of the steps. Cade started toward her. The... ...ll hurt her. She glanced back before she entered the courthouse. He was staring at her through the tinted lenses of his expensive sunglasses. T... ... He woke up sweating just thinking about those satin garters. The ice-cold morning showers had become so frequent that he was starting to like them... ... 20 Chapter Three The next morning, Cade watched Julia undetected from her office doorway. She bent... ...a plea. “You knew how hard we worked. How difficult it was to get up every morning year round and perfect that pitch. You’ve got distance and accu... ...nths probation for repeat offense of breaking and entering. We’ll drop the weapons charge in exchange for information. It’s the best we can do.” ...

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Desert Dreams

By: Gracie C. Mckeever

...nd slapped his bare feet on the wood-finish floor. "I don't believe you're starting this all over again." "You think because you apologized that I'm s... ...not nearly enough to alarm her. Why is he up so early? The aroma of Sunday morning cooking wafted out to her almost on cue and Therese threw off the c... ..."Thank you, sir." Therese took it, salivating like Marsh. She knew she was starving enough to eat every scrap and still want seconds. Where was this m... ...l facing her. "Just thought you should get your day off to a good, healthy start is all." He shrugged, digging into his pancakes. She stared at him fo... ...he museum's interns, had approached her with an ominous pronouncement this morning right before the opening ceremonies had kicked off: "Therese, there... ...y Gracie C. McKeever 50 They had talked hours into that night and the next morning, about his experiences in Kuwait and her interests in Muslim belief... ... this." He frowned at the thick metal bar she wielded. "You provide me the weapon with which to destroy you?" "I provide you protection against your e... ...e first that it would take more than his "artisan" skills to make a useful weapon. But having mawla's mate's machinery available to him encouraged him... ...p at him. "Dueling at dawn?" Kane shook his head as he bent to recover his weapon. "May I?" Therese put out a palm as he approached, surprised when he...

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Class Heroes: A Class Apart

By: Stephen Henning

...bate the agony of his pounding head and sandpaper throat. Flu. The symptoms had started yesterday. Brian opened his eyes to see the lights were gre... ... Brian opened his eyes to see the lights were green, as three drivers behind him started leaning on their horns. He inched the coach forward. They’d... ... James was about to mount a punitive expedition to the back of the coach when Mr Stark, the History teacher, stood up and bellowed at Emma to sit pr... ...cked up Sam’s medical chart from the end of the bed and gave Sam a warm smile. “Morning, Doctor,” said Yvonne Blake. “How is she doing?” There was... ...ne, but his would look better for the photos. He’d charred it in the cooker this morning, and ripped off one of its arms. He placed it next to Sam’s... ...hnically, he was her big brother. “I’m so glad you’re here. But it’s one in the morning. What are you doing out of bed?” “I woke up. They gave me... ...f vest. None of the individuals on the top floor was thought to be carrying any weapons, but it was standard procedure. The taser is a non-lethal, ... ...any weapons, but it was standard procedure. The taser is a non-lethal, hand-held weapon, often used by Special Firearms Officers to subdue potential... ...s the hostile immobile. Stannard still wasn’t sure how she felt about firing the weapon at a child. She looked up. Two, possibly three, floors abov...

...ething incredible has happened.As James and Sam attempt to overcome their fears and embrace their new talents, a series of murders and disappearances start plaguing the hospital. The twins aren’t the only ones with special abilities and it becomes apparent that someone is coming for them.Will James and Sam be able to survive the nightmare into which they have been plunged?...

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The Suffering of Being Kafka

By: Sam Vaknin

...on Camp Called Home The Miracle of the Kisses Fearful Love My Putrid Lover When You Wake the Morning Narcissism Prague at Dusk In Moist Propinquity Pr... ...t Dusk In Moist Propinquity Prowling Getting Old Sally Ann Selfdream Snowflake Haiku Twinkle Star Synthetic Joy Tableaux (van Gogh) The Author ... ...ttached to it a partitioned table-top confiscated from the greengrocer down the lane. Every morning, forehead wrinkled, my grandfather would fill th... ...een trolley – a tall and stout and handsome man, fair-skinned and sapphire-eyed. "A movie star" – they gasped behind his back. Day in and day out, ... ...o his azure pushcart, day in and day out. She said nothing and he remained mute. They just stared with vacuous eyes, perhaps away, perhaps inside, p... ... in her arthritic palms – they all conspired to deny him his erstwhile memory of her. Each morning, my grandfather woke up to study this ageless im... ...bbed me in the back, for instance, or popped me with a silencered gun, or wasted me with a weapon I never even heard of. What she did say stunned m...

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The Hitler File : A Novel of Fact

By: Sam Vaknin

... Prologue “Pol und Jude” Political and a Jew. It’s around 4 o’clock in the morning. I am not sure of the date. The days all look the same, ... ...ally, I am the last in the row of ten, not an auspicious place. They count us every morning when we depart, assigned to work details, and every even... ...in every row attract attention. Attention here means pain and, often, death. This morning’s roll call is mercifully brief, the foul mist and drizzl... ...d, we sure could use the money.” He weighed his own arguments. I got up. When Bauer started to debate with himself, the meeting was over. Only ... ...spicious. ****** That evening, safely ensconced in a faded leather armchair, I started taking stock of the cataract of paper that constituted F... ... and brought to cruel light many things I had conveniently forgotten I possessed. I stared around in disbelief and budding outrage and then I crumbl... ...es. But they were also involved in money counterfeiting, stolen art dealing, drugs, weapons, and other illicit activities. The received opinion is t... ...war in Europe. We could not allow the Soviets to lay their hands on advanced German weapons technologies and intelligence assets.” He pondered so... ...tely lost control over them. When we tried to dismantle the operations and reclaim weapons caches, they went underground and bombed airplanes to te...

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Secret of the Sands

By: Aren, Rai and E., Tavius

...y competitive Egyptology program. “Professor Dustimaine, we weren’t expecting you…” Mitch started to say. “You two are falling further behind every ... ...mpering those workers.” He leaned closer to them, “If you don’t get your act together and start producing better results, I am going to have you bot... ...Alex soldiered on. They were clearing away some dirt and sand to allow them to get a good start in the morning and move on to the finer, more detail... ...d on. They were clearing away some dirt and sand to allow them to get a good start in the morning and move on to the finer, more detailed work. “Ug... ...scrolls out to analyze them more closely.” “Gee, is that all? We can have that for you by morning,” Jack said with as much sarcasm as he could possi... ...is stuff laying around for prying eyes to see, now can we? And you know Bob and I are not morning people. We’re vam- pires, thank-you very much!” Mi... ...ic had changed to something Zhek felt confident in. “Our soldiers are adapting to the new weapons and tactics. Our mili- tary leaders are adopting ne... ...to the new weapons and tactics. Our mili- tary leaders are adopting new strategies for the weapons that are available. Other Houses, including the Ro... ...to watch his soldiers instructing new recruits on tactics and how to use their new, crude weapons. The Draxens had built a large wall, which now sur...

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In the Eye of the Beholder

By: By Sharon E. Cathcart

... he smelled of sandalwood. He lifted the saddle flaps, undid the girth, and started in anger. There was a short nail driven through the saddle flap,... ...st with the beautiful voice teasing my dreams. 11 Chapter 4 I woke the next morning to find another ribbon-wrapped rose on the night stand next to my... ...his tone. “One day, there was a fire in the barn. I still don’t know how it started. Philippe was visiting and we were having tea. I heard the ala... ...ippe was visiting and we were having tea. I heard the alarm bell sound and started up quickly. I saw the smoke, and ran outside toward the barn, b... ...hlessly as he reached for her head collar. At that moment, I struck with my weapon of choice and did not let go until Giraud had breathed his last. ... ...tell you, though, that when he is in this mood he will write his music from morning until night, barely pausing to eat or sleep. You may not see as... ...r 16 From the pages of Erik’s journal: I left her with great reluctance that morning, before sunrise. Yet, we both knew it must be so. I returned... ...losed since no real cause of death could be determined. I had known Erik’s weapon was effective, but had no idea up until then just how skilled he ...

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Werelove Dusk Conspiracy

By: Lakisha Spletzer

...tten. Chapter 1 Fall 2207: Floyal City, New Florida Territory Zina McFin stared at the giant, almost-impenetrable Sevicorps research lab. It was chi... ...no exception. “You need to control yourself.” Stefan McJeysen’s brown-eyed stare collided with her gaze in a momentary battle of wills before Stefan ... ..., with piercing blue eyes...such a waste. Henry glared at her. Zina calmly stared at him, her eyes shining with cruelty. “Our child is not an abominat... ...his passing was a tiny frog on a lily pad. Chapter 7 Laylah woke the next morning to the smell of eggs and biscuits. She rubbed the sleep from her ey... ... delicious and she couldn’t wait to sink her teeth into it. She wasn’t a morning person, but once up she did everything at a nice, quick pace. As La... ...tta cursed and then growled, “Laylah? What happened when you got here this morning?” Laylah flinched and tried to pull away, but found herself held i... ...limbed the stairs. He noted the door was ajar. Tightening his grip on his weapon, Jacques nudged the door open enough to slide inside. Silently he ch... ...ricks. Of course, you can’t teach an old dog new tricks,” Jacques mocked, weapon ready as he waited for Gerard to take the bait. “Don’t talk about A... ...nned. When she was younger, Jacques had insisted Laylah take some sort of weapons training. She’d been failing at nearly everything put in front of ...

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Bozo and the Storyteller

By: Matt Jones

...the sand-dunes with their out- rageously long feet, or simply engaged in a staring contest with a nearby star, they instantly forgot what they were d... ...m the distant galaxies. ‘I passed my younger years travelling between the stars, unearthing the secrets that they yielded and sharing my wisdom wher... ...oons will fall out of the sky, they moaned. Tell us that the light of the stars will go out like a candle. Tell us anything but that the Story will ... ...at f owed down from the grape bushes in the hills. They made merry in the mornings and sometimes impersonated the Hoomans from the Story, strutting ... ...s they’d had surf ng down the 6 Bozo and the Storyteller dunes, the long mornings of making up songs beside the wine-streams, and the nights of pla... ...ine wherever they go. Other deities f nd it hard to get out of bed in the morning, and when they do they bring a good deal of mist and grey cloud wi... ...for the blow to fall another huge wave swamped the deck. Marv gripped his weapon so tightly that he’d forgotten to hold on to anything else. With a ...

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Deviation : Covenant

By: Elissa Malcohn

... play, beseeching her with open- faced candor. Evit fixed her with a serious stare. Zai leaned toward them and kissed their messy faces. Abri asked,... ...f their kind, learning the nuances of the hunt. They wept at the sight of a starving Masari—the skin turned sallow, the fur dulled and shedding. The... ...t People? Ata became convinced that his companion's death had resulted from starvation, not that she had gone to feed others. We are called Yata to... ...rvings surrounding them changed with the shifting light. A tale told in the morning held a different meaning against the backdrop of dusk. TripSton... ...oothills steepened. A hidden, precipitous trail took her higher until early morning light gleamed golden off cairns that pointed the way, disguised a... ...e delivered to the Yata alongside the other goods. TripStone had spent the morning with her household at the Grange, Crossroads' communal farm, pul... ...re like." Gria adjusted Zai's aim, illustrating sight lines. "We tested the weapons to be sure they worked. These are training rifles, not full-size... ...into their targets as archers stood in a line and practiced with contraband weapons. Others wielded crossbows. Still others engaged in hand-to-hand ... ...All that we do here is arm ourselves with pincers—with claws, beaks, fangs. Weapons are our own natural tools. Without the Covenant, we'd have devel...

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The Emerald Dagger

By: Barbara M. Hodges

...d May 2003 Published in the United States of America Tigress Press, LLC 2509 Morning Glory Drive Columbia, MO 65202 www.tigresspress.com ACKNOWLEDGEM... ...d figures, eight females and two males, flew into the clearing. Nine fairies stared straight ahead out of dull, vacant eyes. The tenth fairie, eyes gl... ... nothing against your glorious power, Master.” Dirkk dismissed the flattery, staring into the trees beyond the fairie prince. “The rift is open,” Thom... ...ar-coated brazier stood in their center. It was to this Dirkk led the group. Staring into the brazier’s black concave bottom, he muttered beneath his ... ...was open, although she hadn’t needed the printed numbers to tell her so; the morning’s pea-soup fog and the slight dusting of snow on the lawn had don... ...at the stroke, not a minute before nor after. She’d packed her backpack this morning, but only after hours of soul-searching had led her to the decisi... ...ashed through her mind. She cursed her- self for not bringing some kind of a weapon with her. The form neared and she saw that, although it walked up... ...ay there she stopped, went back and picked up the water jug. It would make a weapon if they needed one. She handed the jug to Daniel. “Empty it.” With... ...m but, after hours of sweaty and pain-filled training, it was now his chosen weapon. Leaves rustled behind him and he whirled, the staff held double- ...

...he first three fantasy novels in her Daradawn series. She has also co-authored, Shadow Worlds, a science fiction suspense work with Darrell Bain, and Stargazer's Children, a speculative fiction novel....

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New Life Incognita

By: Gracie C. Mckeever

...should have listened and gotten out of the life sooner, when Nev had first started warning him about the dangers. But now it was too late, Kelly thoug... ...dn't be— "No Ben." Amire shook her head, adamant as she pulled from Ben to stare at the lifeless body sprawled across the bottom of the concrete steps... ...waited. She glanced in his direction as if she sensed him nearby, but only stared through him. "He's not dead, Ben. I know he's not." Word Ben. Listen... ...like a thousand pounds weighing down his skinny, seven-year-old limbs. One morning, he awoke and found himself, in his cast, stretched across a chair ... ...re you so nervous? You've been jumping around like a shell-shocked vet all morning." "I have not!" Tyler smiled, lowered his arms to rest them on the ... ... evening. But grammy would defend him with an "If it don't kill him in the morning, it ain't gonna kill him at night." "You sure you're not going to h... ...bullet-for-good-measure into Ben's heart. "You're crazy!" Edge trained his weapon at Amire's head and she squeezed her eyes shut, crying as she buried... ...no. Stop it!" Kelly grabbed his arm. He turned to her but didn't lower his weapon. "Please, Edge. You don't have to do this. This is between you and m...

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Signature for Sunshine

By: Christine Jones

...ke me for, stupid?” Bill smiled. The warm, summer night sky was a blaze of stars and the moon shone in its fullness. Bill liked this time of year; he... ...was no stranger to a paintbrush or hard work, she was just itching to get started; presuming all that stood in her way was male incompetence. The wo... ...ut up with his granddaughter’s nonsense. 11 CHAPTER 2 Chris had spent the morning ignoring Bill, having only spoken to him when necessary. Unconcern... ...ering she was hunched with a shovel in hand. “Bill?” Rick hadn’t meant to startle the person, who lost their balance in their zeal to see who’d spok... ... in Rick’s expression, presuming she had won the first round of the day. “Morning.” Chris smiled politely, noting the man’s raised brow as she conti... ... four times with the intentions of telling him so and using the kiss as a weapon against him. Circumstances wiped the events from her mind, now, she... ...Paul more than anything was would Sir Rick remember what he’d said in the morning. Sandy’s anger was evident towards her husband, who had sat silentl... ...Arnold Schwarzenegger chasing him all over the country with an arsenal of weapons. Telling himself he was just being stupid, he tried to focus on wh... ...cked up the gold pen protruding from her shirt pocket. “Concealing deadly weapons ha?” Rick smiled, not the only one now resting on an elbow. “Ah, i...

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The Time Machine

By: H. G. Wells

...he barometer. Yesterday it was so high, yesterday night it fell, then this morning it rose again, and so gently upward to here. Surely the mercury did... ...must conclude was along the Time- Dimension.’ ‘But,’ said the Medical Man, staring hard at a coal in the fire, ‘if Time is really only a fourth dimens... ...acco jar on the mantel, and with his back to us began to fill his pipe. We stared at each other. ‘Look here,’ said the Medical Man, ‘are you in earnes... ...ce in which the machine had been. ‘You see?’ he said, laughing. We sat and stared at the vacant table for a minute or so. Then the Time T raveller ask... ...e Medical Man; ‘but wait until to-morrow. Wait for the common sense of the morning.’ ‘Would you like to see the Time Machine itself?’ asked the Time T... ...nd this I had to get remade; so that the thing was not complete until this morning. It was at ten o’clock to-day that the first of all Time Machines b... ...d, and examined it at leisure. But, as it was, I stood there with only the weapons and the powers that Nature had endowed me with—hands, feet, and tee... ...xt place, I hoped to procure some means of fire, so that I should have the weapon of a torch at hand, for nothing, I knew, would be 56 The Time Machi... ...that it was already far advanced in the afternoon, and that I had still no weapon, no refuge, and no means of making a fire. And then down in the remo...

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Moby Dick; Or the Whale

By: Herman Melville

...n the True Whale” (Greenland or Right Whale) “in pos- sessing a formidable weapon at either extremity of its body, but also more frequently displays a... ... its body, but also more frequently displays a disposition to employ these weapons offensively and in manner at once so artful, bold, and mischievous,... ...STUFFED A SHIRT OR TWO into my old carpet-bag, tucked it under my arm, and started for Cape Horn and the Pa- cific. Quitting the good city of old Manh... ...old whaling lances and harpoons all broken and deformed. Some were storied weapons. With this once long lance, now wildly elbowed, fifty years ago did... ...f the evening as a looker on. Presently a rioting noise was heard without. Starting up, the landlord cried, “That’s the Grampus’s crew. I seed her re-... ...ried, “That’s the Grampus’s crew. I seed her re- ported in the offing this morning; a three years’ voyage, and a full ship. Hurrah, boys; now we’ll ha... ... upon second thoughts I dismissed it. For who could tell but what the next morning, so soon as I popped out of the room, the harpooneer might be stand... ...ooneer is actually en- gaged this blessed Saturday night, or rather Sunday morning, in peddling his head around this town?” “That’s precisely it,” sai... ...his head, which if true I take to be good evidence that this harpooneer is stark mad, and I’ve no idea of sleeping with a madman; and you, sir, you I ...

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Soldiers Three: The Story of the Gadsbys, In Black and White

By: Rudyard Kipling

... because he was the tallest man in the regiment. When the dance was fairly started the sentries were released, and Private Mulvaney went to curry favo... ...it might have been the Kurile Islands for aught we knew. Very early in the morning there passed us, not a cable’s-length away, but as unseen as the sp... ...s side, calling out, ‘Can you climb on board if we throw you a rope?’ That startled me, because I fancied we were going to be run down the next minute... ...was trespassin’ ovver a compound wall after one of them mongooses ‘at he’d started, an’ we was busy grubbin’ round a prickle-bush, an’ when we looks u... ... you two?’ said the Artilleryman, who was taking his cartridge down to the Morning Gun. ‘You’re over merry for these dashed days.’ 56 Soldiers Three ... ...d so much to make them happy, too. All their work was over at eight in the morning, and for the rest of the day they could lie on their backs and smok... ...beat with their staves—heavy staves bound about with wire at the end, such weapons as those swine of Punjabis use—till, having cried for mercy, I fell...

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The Sorrows of Young Werther

By: Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe

...ONDERFUL SERENITY has taken possession of my entire soul, like these sweet mornings of spring which I enjoy with my whole heart. I am alone, and feel ... ...ng down my pen, of ordering my horse, and riding out. And yet I vowed this morning that I would not ride to-day, and yet every moment I am rushing to ... ...ER remember where I stopped in my narrative: I only know it was two in the morning when I went to bed; and if you had been with me, that I might have ... ...f the day. She consented, and I went, and, since that time, sun, moon, and stars may pursue their course: I know not whether it is day or night; the w... ...ss, not to pant for its enjoyment. And now, behold me like a silly fellow, staring with astonishment when another comes in, and deprives me of my love... ...on, and to pay the surgeon’s bill; so, since that time, I have kept all my weapons unloaded. But, my dear friend, what is the use of prudence? We can ... ...erusal of a well-written book. I shall remain here a week longer, and then start again on my travels. My drawings are the best things I have done sinc... ... hastened her movements by an impatient look. She then delivered the fatal weapons to the servant, without being able to utter a word. As soon as he h...

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The Point of View

By: Henry James

...retended to be immensely pre-occupied with this idea, in order to make her start. In reality cela m’est parfaitement egal. I am only afraid I shall li... ...h, and we have at least our share of it over here. When you wake up in the morning you find that during the night a cartload has been de- posited in y... ...to a lively tune enough. Mr. Antrobus arrived here at eight o’clock in the morning; I don’t know how he managed it; it ap- pears to be his favourite h... ...he is extremely well-bred, and is dressed to perfection. She chatters from morning till night; but it isn’t a pleasant sound! These little persons are... ...ers are very gentle, very humane; the democratic system deprives people of weapons that every one doesn’t equally possess. No one is formidable; no on... ...ridge; he would have been useful on such occasions. On the other hand, the startling question would have presented itself—Who would have carried Plumm... ...er; you write your name in a hor- rible book, where every one may come and stare at it and finger it. A man behind the counter stares at you in si- 3...

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Heartsease or Brother's Wife

By: Charlotte Mary Yonge

...our brother is at Wrangerton, the next town.’ ‘Arthur is well?’ cried she, starting. ‘Yes, yes, you need not be alarmed, but I am afraid there is some... ...Winchester barracks. ‘Is my brother at home, James?’ as the servant gave a start of surprise and recognition. ‘No, sir; he is not in the house, but Mr... ...e floor shook so that there was no taking a cigar in peace. So you see the stars ordained it, and it is of no use making a row about one’s destiny,’ c... ...g confusion, and by no means lessened the favourable impression. ‘The next morning Arthur was engaged, and left her to be the guide to the cathedral, ... ... it.’ ‘ Against her, certainly not. I have made acquaintance with her this morning, and—and there is everything to interest one in her:’ and then, as ... ...e?’ She was coaxed out of vexation for the present; but she awoke the next morning with a feeling of culpability and dread of all the Martindale famil... ...ers broke into John’s tent?’ exclaimed Violet. ‘Surely you had some better weapon?’ ‘Not I; the poor rogues were not worth wasting good pow- der on, a...

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