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This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 269 pages of information about Berry And Co..

Clean, wholesome love stories, free from intrigue and sensationalism, and containing well-drawn characters and good dialogue.

WARD, LOCK & CO., LIMITED

NEW FICTION

TILL DOOMSDAY

By ROBIN TEMPLE

The dramatic story of a man whose divorced wife, an actress, seeks, for vanity’s sake, to allure him back to her and away from another woman who has entered his life, and with whom he has fallen in love.  The story moves with a sure pace throughout, and the end is finely wrought.

To all who like a powerful adventure story, written with a punch, this novel can be whole-heartedly recommended.

WARD, LOCK & CO., LIMITED

NEW FICTION

WHITE GOLD

By OTTWELL BINNS

To Ferrars, home on leave, came an S O S call from a friend gaoled in Mozambique.  He held the secret of a platinum find, and corrupt officials wished to filch it from him.  A thrilling rescue and a neck-and-neck race for the treasure followed.

Other Stories by this Author

The White Hands of Justice
The Grey Rat
A Mating in the Wilds
Where the Aurora Flames
Java Jack
A Sin of Silence
The Secret Pearls
Snowbird
Jim Trelawney
The Flaming Crescent
The Man from Maloba
The Love that Believeth
A Gipsy of the North
An Adventurer of the Bay
Behind the Ranges
The Diamond Trail
The Three Black Dots
The Vanished Guest

“Mr. Binns gives us a story, clear-cut of pattern and compactly woven, and when it has been read, we turn to it again for the sake of the atmosphere of the wilds.”—­Yorkshire Observer.

WARD, LOCK & CO., LIMITED

NEW FICTION

PANDORA’S BOX

AND OTHER STORIES

By STEPHEN McKENNA

A volume of great charm and wit, fully representing the author’s varied talents, and vigorously written in the style that has made him famous.

Mr. Stephen McKenna’s admirers, and their number is legion, will rejoice in this attractive volume.

WARD, LOCK & CO., LIMITED

NEW FICTION

THE RETURN OF JENNY WEAVER

By MARGARET TURNBULL

A murder trial that becomes more complex as it proceeds, and (strange to say) less sordid; for under cross-examination there gradually emerges the story of a bygone romance so touching that the young squire, on his acquittal of the murder charge, yields the centre of the stage to his poor, foolish, fluttering mother.

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