by Rupert Hughes
Publisher: A. L. Burt Co. 1911
Number of pages: 334
The young woman in the taxicab scuttling frantically down the dark street, clung to the arm of the young man alongside, as if she were terrified at the lawbreaking, neck-risking speed. But evidently some greater fear goaded her ...
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by Rupert Hughes - Harper & Brothers
Hughes was a prolific writer of short stories, with varying numbers well over one hundred credited to him. In a Little Town (1917) allowed Hughes to draw on his small-town roots with fourteen short stories about fictionalized people around Keokuk.
by Rupert Hughes - ManyBooks
This is the last term of the quantum field theory sequence. It is devoted to the standard model of particle physics, including both its conceptual foundations and its specific structure, and to some current research frontiers that grow out of it.
by Rupert Hughes - Harper and brothers
Mem Steddon marries Owen Scudder after a whirlwind courtship. However, on their wedding night, she has a change of heart. When the train taking them to Los Angeles stops for water, she impulsively and secretly gets off in the middle of the desert.
by Rupert Hughes - McClure, Phillips & Co
A facsimile edition of a classic, long the standard reference on music with almost 1,000 pages that include an A to Z biographical dictionary of musicians with over 8,500 entries, a dictionary of 7,000 musical terms, synopses of 90 operas, and more.