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A Fool For Love

Auhtor: Francis Lynde

Language: english
Published: 1905

Genres:

romance,  fiction and literature
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Review by C. F. Hill, May 2009


Rating: (****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Summary of the Book 'A Fool For Love':

i really wasted my time on this onebut the motive behind the story is a good one

Excerpts from the Book 'A Fool For Love':


... set forth in words. Adams lighted another of the scented villainies, and his clean-shaven face wrinkled itself in a slow smile. Which means that ...
... charge of the work in Quartz Creek Canyon, said what you said a few minutes ago-that he had not hired out for a soldier. He resigned, and I'm taking ...
... aforethought. It was somewhere between the entrees and the fruit, and the point of departure was Boston art. Speaking of art, Mr. Winton, will ...
... from the window to watch the derailed trucks climb by half-inches up the inclined planes of the frogs. At the critical instant, when the entire weight ...
... concerned itself mainly with the major's desire to know when he was to be relieved. But if Winton could have been an eavesdropper behind the door ...
... fresh, indeed, that he was coatless, hatless, and collarless, and with the dripping bath-sponge clutched like a missile to hurl at the ...
... ice-bridge to scramble up the embankment of the new line. The officer. she asked in an awed whisper. The Rajah made a sign of assent. Then, identifying ...
... in behalf of fair play for Winton if she could find a way. But the way obstinately refused to discover itself. The simple thing to do would be ...
... Adams did the honors of the camp as thoroughly and conscientiously as if the hour held no care heavier than the entertainment of Miss Virginia Carteret. ...
... the friendly attitude of the official Mr. Biggin. It was very evident that the town-marshal was serving the Rajah's purpose only because he had ...
... be thryin' to buy the claim, but the sharps wouldn't sell-bein' put up to hold ut by thim C. G. R. divils. It's more throuble we'll be havin' here, ...
... out how they were to be employed in furthering the Rajah's designs. The means suggested themselves after supper, and he went alone over to Argentine ...
... faintest possible emphasis on the courtesy prefix and with that she turned from him to focus her field-glass on the construction camp below. At ...
... so a mere matter of dollars and cents, you may say.. If you should have another offer, from some other company-. That is not your argument ...
... of industry who sees defeat with dishonor staring him in the face-Winton would have fought all the more desperately for these hindrances. But, ...
... if I should try. Forgive me, dear I did not mean to speak so soon. But you said in your note that you would be leaving Argentine immediately-that ...
... shows how unwary you have been. Tell me: is there not a little valley just above here-an open place where your railroad and Uncle Somerville's ...
... my uncle at once, she said in her softest tone and before he could object she had led the way to the Rajah's working-den state-room. Mr. Darrah ...
... to rebuild most of the line, anyway, as soon as the frost comes out of the ground in the spring.. The brown eyes became far-seeing. I was thinking, ...
... octopod was standing, empty of its crew. Bounding up into the cab, he released the brake and sent the great engine flying down the track of the new ...