One Day eBook

This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 145 pages of information about One Day.

And Paul Verdayne—­what of him?  Of course you want to know.  Read the sequel

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A powerful, stirring love-story of twenty years after.  Abounding in beautiful descriptions and delicate pathos, this charming love idyl will instantly appeal to the million and a quarter people who have read and enjoyed “Three Weeks.”  You can get this book from your bookseller, or for 60c., carriage paid, from the publishers

The Macaulay Company, Publishers, 15 W. 38th St., New York

Successful Novels from Famous Plays

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By George H. Broadhurst and Abraham S. Schomer.

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This novel tells what follows in the wake of the average American woman’s desire to keep up with the social procession.  All the human emotions are dealt with in a masterly way in this great book.

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By Owen Davis.

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A work of fiction which presents a frank treatment of the domestic problems of to-day.  It tells what happens in many homes when the wife devotes herself wholly to society, to the exclusion of her own husband.  Mere man sometimes revolts, when regarded only as a money-making machine.

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From the drama by George Scarborough.

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This stirring detective story holds the attention of the reader from the very start.  It is full of action, presenting a baffling situation, the solving of which carries one along in a whirlwind of excitement.  Through the story runs a love plot that is interwoven with the mystery of a secret-service case.

=The Macaulay Company, Publishers=

15 West 38th Street New York

The Night of Temptation

By VICTORIA CROSS

Author of

“LIFE’S SHOP WINDOW,” “FIVE NIGHTS,” etc.

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This book takes for its keynote the self-sacrifice of woman in her love.  Regina, the heroine, gives herself to a man for his own sake, for the happiness she can give him.  He is her hero, her god, and she declines to marry him until she is satisfied that he cannot live without her.

The London Athenaeum says:  “Granted beautiful, rich, perfect, passionate men and women, the author is capable of working out their destiny.”

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The Macaulay Company, Publishers

15 West 38th Street New York

The Secret of the Night

By GASTON LEROUX

Author of “THE MYSTERY OF THE YELLOW ROOM,” etc.

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