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A Perilous Secret

  [english | ]  

Charles Reade


Summary: [v. 1. Hard cash.--v. 2. The double marriage or White lies.--v. 3. Put yourself in his place.--v. 4. A perilous secret.--v. 5. Peg Woffington. Christie Johnstone.--v. 6. Foul play.--v. 7. It is never too late to mend.--v. 9. Readiana comments on current events. Bible characters.--v. 11. The cloister and the hearth.--v. 12. The autobiography of a thief and other histories. The wandering heir.--v.]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 80

A Simpleton

  [english | ]  

Charles Reade


Summary: [v. 1. Hard cash.--v. 2. The double marriage or White lies.--v. 3. Put yourself in his place.--v. 4. A perilous secret.--v. 5. Peg Woffington. Christie Johnstone.--v. 6. Foul play.--v. 7. It is never too late to mend.--v. 9. Readiana comments on current events. Bible characters.--v. 11. The cloister and the hearth.--v. 12. The autobiography of a thief and other histories. The wandering heir.--v.]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 178

A Terrible Temptation

  [english | ]  

Charles Reade


Excerpts: [... invited to dine and sleep at Mr. Hardwicke's, distance fifteen miles they went, and found Richard Bassett dining there, by Mrs. Hardwicke's invitation, ...... risks of a public trial. Whatever the result, you have played the honorable and womanly part of peacemaker and it is unfortunate for your ...... stuff. You are a good, sensible girl and too beautiful to want a husband long. ...]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 125

Christie Johnstone

  [english | 1853]  

Charles Reade


Excerpts: [... who was going to Rome, came to England instead. She had not been five days in London, before she made her preparations to spend six months in Perthshire. This ...... found his lord pacing the apartment. Saunders, said he, smartly, send down to Gravesend and order the yacht to this place-what is it.. Granton ...... Jean. And he has bonny hair, said Christie, just touching his locks ...]
Genres: [fiction and literatureDownloads: 391

Hard Cash

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Charles Reade


Summary: [v. 1. Hard cash.--v. 2. The double marriage or White lies.--v. 3. Put yourself in his place.--v. 4. A perilous secret.--v. 5. Peg Woffington. Christie Johnstone.--v. 6. Foul play.--v. 7. It is never too late to mend.--v. 9. Readiana comments on current events. Bible characters.--v. 11. The cloister and the hearth.--v. 12. The autobiography of a thief and other histories. The wandering heir.--v.]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 301

It Is Never Too Late To Mend

  [english | ]  

Charles Reade


Excerpts: [... Peter had a Bramah key intrusted to him. His visits to Mr. Meadows were conducted thus: he opened the garden-gate and looked ...... at all? I can remember the time no clergyman throughout the length and breadth of the land noticed passing events from the pulpit. I ...... meditation and scratched his head, invariable concomitant of thought with Evans. It was toward evening, and his ...]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 356

Love Me Little Love Me Long

  [english | ]  

Charles Reade


Summary: [Fantastic]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 234

Peg Woffington

  [english | 1852]  

Charles Reade


Excerpts: [... was as full of goodness as intelligence-it was like no other farce the heart bounded to meet it. He rented a box at her theater. He was there ...... a roar of laughter, except from Mr. Vane. Peg Woffington laughed as merrily as the others, and showed a set of teeth that were really dazzling but all ...... as I believe Kitty here capable of doing. No. Statira was never so tenderly ...]
Genres: [fiction and literatureDownloads: 451

The Box Tunnel

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Charles Reade


Summary: [Classic science fiction.]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 421

White Lies

  [english | ]  

Charles Reade


Summary: [v. 1. Hard cash.--v. 2. The double marriage or White lies.--v. 3. Put yourself in his place.--v. 4. A perilous secret.--v. 5. Peg Woffington. Christie Johnstone.--v. 6. Foul play.--v. 7. It is never too late to mend.--v. 9. Readiana comments on current events. Bible characters.--v. 11. The cloister and the hearth.--v. 12. The autobiography of a thief and other histories. The wandering heir.--v.]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 496