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"His attempt to be earnest, hesitant and polite had not fooled women like her who watched his full mouth and the glance of his eyes and instantly understood it all." (Chapter 1, page 7)

"You are an American and nobody knows who your father was or who your grandfather was. You could be anybody." (Chapter 2, page 24)

"[Hammond] has great charm, does he not, and discretion, I think?" (Chapter 2, page 27)

"[Mona's] gaze was neither puzzled nor hurt, but there was a sense that she was putting energy into a look of mild contentment and sweetness." (Chapter 2, page 32)

"His grandfather had come to America in search of freedom, and in America he had found more than freedom. He had found great wealth, and that had changed everything. County Cavan did not cost Henry a thought." (Chapter 2, page 37)

"It suddenly struck him that what he longed for now was an American, preferably someone...

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