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The Zeppelin Passenger

Auhtor: E Phillips Oppenheim

Language: english

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classic
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Review by Beth Cholette, April 2008


Rating: (***)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Excerpts from the Book 'The Zeppelin Passenger':

... and it seems that you didn't take his rooms for him until about seven o'clock, before which time he hadn't been to the hotel. So, you see, one is ...
... she began, but somehow or other I forgot when I met you. My husband was very much struck with Helen's improved spirits. Don't you think that ...
... by appearances. You couldn't imagine anything more honest than the faces of the villagers and the fishermen one sees about, yet do you know, Mr. Lessingham, ...
... has been the only patch of decent weather we've had. This morning was lovely, Helen assented. Philippa and I went and sat up in the woods. ...
... Of course, that's a wonderful introduction to you and Helen, he admitted. And by-the-by, that reminds me, he went on, I never saw such a change ...
... to think of without shuddering, for many years to come. You can't dream of cutting yourself adrift from your friends and your home and your country! ...
... is it, Mills? The elderly man-servant who had entered with a tray in his band, bowed as he arranged it upon a side table. I ...
... the door? Go ahead, Sir Henry assented. He brought the whisky and soda himself across the room. Horridge resumed his seat ...
... moments. Then he turned once more towards his companion. Mr. Lessingham, he said, you are aware that I am Commandant here? I ...
... on such an afternoon, Captain Griffiths, she exclaimed, as they shook hands. Helen is over at the Canteen, Nora is hard at work for once in her ...
... crisis, with its bewildering denouement, had affected her curiously. Lessingham rose presently to his feet. I wonder, he asked, if ...
... Whatever happened, he must not lose consciousness. The packet was still there against the calf of his leg. It must be his own hands which removed ...
... made no movement to mount his horse. He plodded along the soft sand by her side - a queer, elongated figure, his gloomy eyes fixed upon the ground. ...
... are, Helen. Take Dick into the gun room afterwards. You'll have it all to yourselves and there is a fire there. Philippa entered the ...
... within her. Throughout all their days he had never known her so much in earnest, so passionately insistent. He looked from her to the man whom she ...
... I might suffer, Helen confessed, but my love would be there all the same. Perhaps for that reason I should suffer the more, but I should ...
... I can hear Henry's voice! Quick! Come to the window. You must get out that way and through the postern gate. Your husband ...
... for mine. There was a slight pause. A sob broke from Helen's throat. Even Philippa's lip quivered. Forgive me, he went ...
... side of the room was suddenly opened, and Hamar Lessingham and Helen entered together. Lessingham was entirely at his ease, - their conversation, ...
... the slightest experience in either service, who isn't doing something. I can't do more than send in applications, he grumbled. Be reasonable, ...