Alice May, and Bruising Bill (Large Print)
All was mystery inscrutable She had not been united to Count Bondier, this at least was a relief. But why should she have fled to a convent, when three weeks yet remained for her to make up her decision? What could have led her to pen such a letter to him? The more he reflected upon the affair, the more perplexing it became. His determination, however, was to ascertain wha...more
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