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"THE GIRL KISSED THE TIPS OF HER FINGERS"—Page 2


The

Face and the Mask

 

By ROBERT BARR

AUTHOR OF "IN THE MIDST OF ALARMS," ETC., ETC.

 

Illustrated by A. Hencke

 

New York
FREDERICK A. STOKES COMPANY
PUBLISHERS


 

THE HON. WILLIAM E. QUINBY

United States Minister to the Netherlands

HAS HELPED SO MANY UNKNOWN LITERARY AS-
PIRANTS THAT HE CAN HARDLY HAVE HOPED
TO ESCAPE THE DEDICATION TO HIM OF
A BOOK BY AT LEAST ONE OF THEM

 

ContentsEdit

(A dialogue)
  1. THE WOMAN OF STONE
  2. THE CHEMISTRY OF ANARCHY
  3. THE FEAR OF IT
  4. THE METAMORPHOSES OF JOHNSON
  5. THE RECLAMATION OF JOE HOLLENDS
  6. THE TYPE-WRITTEN LETTER
  7. THE DOOM OF LONDON
  8. THE PREDICAMENT OF DE PLONVILLE
  9. A NEW EXPLOSIVE
  10. THE GREAT PEGRAM MYSTERY
  11. DEATH COMETH SOON OR LATE
  12. HIGH STAKES
  13. "WHERE IGNORANCE IS BLISS"
  14. THE DEPARTURE OF CUB MCLEAN
  15. OLD NUMBER EIGHTY-SIX
  16. PLAYING WITH MARKED CARDS
  17. THE BRUISER'S COURTSHIP
  18. THE RAID ON MELLISH
  19. STRIKING BACK
  20. CRANDALL'S CHOICE
  21. THE FAILURE OF BRADLEY
  22. RINGAMY'S CONVERT
  23. A SLIPPERY CUSTOMER
  24. THE SIXTH BENCH

This work was published before January 1, 1924, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.