The Great Pearl Secret
by A.M. Williamson, C.N. Williamson
Publisher: Doubleday, Page & Co. 1921
Number of pages: 220
His arm still round her, the girl broke the jeweller's seals. Inside the white paper was a white velvet case, and inside the white velvet case was a string of white pearls. They were small, but good, and from them depended an old-fashioned, open-faced locket containing an ivory miniature of a beautiful boy.
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