The God in the Car
by Anthony Hope
Publisher: D. Appleton & co. 1894
Number of pages: 340
Next door to Mrs. Dennison's large house in Curzon Street there lived, in a small house, a friend of hers, a certain Mrs. Cormack. She was a Frenchwoman, who had been married to an Englishman, and was now his most resigned widow. She did not pretend to herself, or to anybody else, that Mr. Cormack's death had been a pure misfortune...
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by Anthony Hope - Henry Holt & Co.
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by Anthony Hope - D. Appleton & co.
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