"I was married to-day in Grace Church. At the altar my bride--you probably know her name, Miss Georgian Hazen--wore a natural look, and was in all respects, so far as any one could see, a happy woman, satisfied with her choice and pleased with the éclat and elegancies of the occasion. Half-way down the aisle this all changed. I remember the instant perfectly. Her hand was on my arm and I felt it suddenly stiffen. I was not alarmed, but I gave her a quick look and saw that something had happened....
First Page:THE CHIEF LEGATEE
ANNA KATHARINE GREEN
Author of "The Leavenworth Case," "The Woman in the Alcove," Etc., Etc.
Illustrated in Water Colors by Frank T. Merrill
Copyright, 1906, by Anna Katharine Green Rohlfs Weinstock, Lubin & Co. Special Edition, 400 to 418 K. Street, Sacramento, Cal. New York and London The Authors and Newspapers Association 1906 Copyright, 1906, by Anna Katharine Green Rohlfs Entered at Stationers' Hall. All rights reserved. Composition, Electrotyping, Printing and Binding by The Plimpton Press Norwood Mass. U.S.A.
[Illustration: A young girl sitting on a low stool by the window mending a rent in her skirt.]
PART I. A WOMAN OF MYSTERY
I. A Bride of Five Hours
II. The Lady in Number Three
III. "He Knows the Word"
IV. Mr. Ransom Waits
V. In Corridor and in Room
VI. The Lawyer
IX. Hunter's Inn
PART II. THE CALL OF THE WATERFALL
X. Two Doors
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Reviewer: Y.A.Olson - June 14, 2018
Subject: Great story, confusing listen
This story, when you get into it, had me wondering what the conclusion was going to be like. On moment, I think I know the ending, the next moment I'm completely wrong! My only complaint is that the gentleman reading this had me confused as to who was talking, it seems to get better overtime but that might only be because I was so in to the tale