McAllister and His Double
by Arthur Cheney Train
Publisher: Charles Scribner's Sons 1905
Number of pages: 342
It was a peculiar scene. Twenty men standing up for inspection, some gazing unconcernedly before them, some glaring defiantly at their observers, and others grinning recognition at familiar faces. McAllister grew cold with fright.
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