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THE CLOSING NET

 
 
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"IS HE DEAD?" I ASKED, AND LEANED AGAINST THE WALL (page 234)

 

 

THE CLOSING NET


BY
HENRY C. ROWLAND

 

WITH ILLUSTRATIONS BY
A. C. MICHAEL

 

NEW YORK
DODD, MEAD AND COMPANY,
1912

 

 

Copyright, 1911, by Henry C. Rowland as "Chu, Chu,
the Shearer" and "Leontine and Company"

Copyright, 1912, by Dodd, Mead and Company

 

 

ILLUSTRATIONS

  1. "Is he dead?" I asked, and leaned against the wall. (Page 234) Frontispiece
  2. Rosalie Facing Page 34
  3. Rosalie caught my drift and began to gesticulate. (Page 199) ""98
  4. "What if I were to tell you that you were talking to a crook?" (Page 218) ""164
  5. There was a snarl of rage in his voice, and I began to think that Ivan was a more dangerous man than I had thought. (Page 273)""230
  6. I fired again and brought a snarl out of him. (Page 327) ""300
 


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