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The Thirteenth Man by Mrs. Coulson Kernahan 1910 Dillingham

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Condition:

Used

Binding:

Hardcover

Printing Year:

1910

Category:

Literature

Author:

Mrs. Coulson Kernahan

Publisher:

G. W. Dillingham

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Item number:

2010274

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The Thirteenth Man by Mrs. Coulson Kernahan 1910 Dillingham The Thirteenth Man Mrs. Coulson Kernahan New York: G. W. Dillingham Company Copyright 1910 318 pages The front hinge is broken and the binding is starting to weaken. The pages are clean but lightly tanned. The cover is rubbed and faded, there is bug damage along the spine hinges and the spine is faded. Good. Hardcover. Chapter 1: A strange, mournful song broke the stillness of a hot July afternoon, and caused two pedestrians to come to a halt in a lane on which dust lay thick. On either side were high banks, surmounted by unclipped hedges. One of the pedestrians, a young and athletic man, had climbed the bank nearer to him in a second, and was peering through a gap in the hedge, where nothing met his gaze but miles of smiling country, dotted by farms at long intervals, a bungalow covered with rambler roses, and a white house on the border of a wood. "Can you see anybody, sir?" asked the man in the lane, who was dressed as a farmer. The weird singing rose again. "I should take it for a sea-gull, sir," said the puzzled farmer, "except that we are a good five miles from the sea here." The young man sprang back into the lane, causing a cloud of white dust to rise. His clean-shaven face had a troubled expression. "It sounded to me like a woman chanting a dirge." (#0000888)
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