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A Millionaire Of Yesterday

Auhtor: E Phillips Oppenheim

Language: english

Genres:

pulp
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Review by Bob Tobias, December 2010


Rating: (*****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Excerpts from the Book 'A Millionaire Of Yesterday':

... sake do so, Trent grumbled. You'll talk yourself into a fever if you don't mind. Let's know what you're driving at.. Talking, the elder man ...
... to drink champagne, to - by the way, Trent, have you ever tasted champagne.. Never, Trent answered gruffly Don't know that I want to either.. Monty ...
... he hesitated. But away outside the clearing was that little army of Hausas, clean-limbed, faithful, well drilled and armed. He choked down his wrath. ...
... men are turned. With a grim smile upon his lips, he recalled one by one the various enterprises into which he had entered, the courage with which he ...
... he took from his pocket, passed through a little plantation into a large park-like field. He took off his hat and fanned himself thoughtfully as he ...
... else.. Da Souza pulled himself together. Yes, he said what I have said is as nothing. It is scandalous, and it would make talk, but it ...
... would be reasonable.. And the young ladies.. Send them to - . I will send them back to where they came from, Da Souza interrupted blandly. ...
... day, and every shout that went up from the warriors gathered round the house of the King was a cry of death. He spoke of their ultimate success, of the ...
... extravagant, she said to herself as the man wheeled his horse round, but to-day I think that I have earned it. . Chapter Xvii. ernestine, ...
... rather puzzled her. It was from a firm of solicitors in Lincoln's Inn - the Eastchester family solicitors - requesting her to call that morning to ...
... passed quickly, she said, smiling upon him, so that his momentary discomfort passed away. I have been very interested in the stories of your past, Mr. ...
... interesting. He had relinquished his digging and, after a long, stealthy glance towards the house, had advanced to the extreme boundary of the potato ...
... was a signal and then a wild chorus of yells. They threw aside all disguise and darted forward, the still morning air hideous with their cry of battle. ...
... up in the breathless air. Amazed, the people stood and saw the home of dreadful mystery, whence came the sentence of life and death, the voice of the ...
... said, 'and Sunday or no Sunday I can't let my men stop to listen to you in the cool of the day. If you want to preach, come and take a pick now, and ...
... not hear another word, she interrupted hastily, and underneath her white veil he could see a scarlet spot of colour in her cheeks in her speech, too, ...
... one, Trent answered drily. I should like, Francis said, to understand this matter properly. As a matter of fact I suppose that Monty is entitled ...
... and was quick to see that her presence there was all to his advantage. Monty, as white as death, was stricken dumb to see Trent. He sank back gasping ...
... way, I think. I want to know on what terms you'll grant it me.. Francis knocked the ash off his cigarette and rose slowly to his feet. You want ...
... his head. No, he said sternly, it is too late now. That moment taught me all I wanted to know. It was her love I wanted, Fred, and - that - no use ...