One Day eBook

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

Another thrilling mystery story in which the famous French detective hero, Joseph Rouletabille, makes his appearance before the public again.  This character has won a place in the hearts of novel readers as no other detective has since the creation of Sherlock Holmes.

Thousands upon thousands of people in two continents await eagerly every book by Gaston Leroux that relates the adventures of the hero of “The Mystery of the Yellow Room” and “The Perfume of the Lady in Black.”

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The Macaulay Company, Publishers

15 West 38th Street New York

Guardian Angels

By MARCEL PREVOST

Member of the Academie Francaise, Officer of the Legion of Honour

Author of “SIMPLY WOMEN,” Etc.

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Every married woman ought to read this novel, if only to be forewarned against a danger that may one day invade her own home.  It is a story of the double life led by the governesses of many young girls, showing the dangers of such companionships.

It is no exaggeration to say that “Guardian Angels” is one of the most remarkable novels that have been issued in any language during recent years.

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=The Macaulay Company, Publishers

15 West 38th Street New York=

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