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Red of the Redfields (Red Pepper #5)

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It was no longer necessary for Dr. Redfield Pepper Burns to employ a secretary or an office nurse. After fifteen rushing years of work in his profession he had quite suddenly gone to pieces-"shot," as he himself put it. The literal truth was that he had worn himself out at an early age. A machine can't be run overtime, year after year, with very little attention to oiling ...more
Published 1924 by Doubleday, Page & Company
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Grace Louise Smith Richmond (1866–1959), American romance novelist created the Dr. R.P. Burns series.

Her first short stories were published in various women's magazines including the Women's Home Companion, Ladies' Home Journal, and Everybody's Magazine as early as 1898. Richmond wrote 27 novels between 1905 and 1936. Red Pepper Burns was published in 1910. Like most of her strong-willed yet compa
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Other Books in the Series

Red Pepper (6 books)
  • Red Pepper Burns
  • Mrs. Red Pepper
  • Red Pepper's Patients: With an Account of Anne Linton's Case in Particular
  • Red and Black
  • Red Pepper Returns

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