December 15, 1932

The Road to Paradise

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BLIND GUESS

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The Fourth Dagger

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The Road to Paradise

The story of a Christmas Eve that commenced with a blizzard and ended with a conquest
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BLIND GUESS

YOUNG TIMMIE HERRON, I decided, was asking for a thick ear. Ever since Sara Carshill’s arrival that afternoon he had scarcely had a word for any of us, least of all for Antonia, his wife. He was whispering to Sara now and making her giggle, as she sat crouched on a low stool before the flaming hearth, her tawny head against his knee.
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The Fourth Dagger

In which the quarry is run to earth —but where is Mona Netherwood?
April Interlude 1415
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April Interlude

The story of a romantic idyll that has all the fragrant loveliness of a fond memory
THE WHITE FEATHER 1617
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THE WHITE FEATHER

The story of a meek man’s venture in audacity and its hilarious aftermath
INFLATION 1213
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INFLATION

ONE OF THE most commonly used and possibly the most feared of all expressions in the English language today is that of “inflation.” Yet there are few indeed who really understand what inflation means. Because there are no two countries whose gold standard legislation is identical, there are no two countries where inflation technically means exactly the same thing.
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They’re News

Glimpses of the great and near great as recorded by the discerning reporter
INDIAN SAGA 2021

INDIAN SAGA

Heroic tales from the golden age of the Indian's supremacy on the West Coast
Five People on An Island 1213
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Five People on An Island

The strange story of “The Swiss Family Dingwell" which for twenty-five years has been isolated on an island in the Gulf of St. Lawrence
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PETTICOAT POWER

A candid critic looks at Ottawa and finds a kingdom ruled by women
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