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[Illustration: THERE WAS A GRAY, SWIFTLY STEAMING SHIP BEARING DOWN UPON THE ADMIRAL PEKHARD.]

Ruth Fielding Homeward Bound

OR

A RED CROSS WORKER'S OCEAN PERILS

BY

ALICE B. EMERSON

Author of "Ruth Fielding of the Red Mill," "Ruth Fielding in the Saddle," Etc.

ILLUSTRATED

NEW YORK CUPPLES & LEON COMPANY PUBLISHERS

Books for Girls BY ALICE B. EMERSON

RUTH FIELDING SERIES

12mo. Cloth. Illustrated.

RUTH FIELDING OF THE RED MILL RUTH FIELDING AT BRIARWOOD HALL RUTH FIELDING AT SNOW CAMP RUTH FIELDING AT LIGHTHOUSE POINT RUTH FIELDING AT SILVER RANCH RUTH FIELDING ON CLIFF ISLAND RUTH FIELDING AT SUNRISE FARM RUTH FIELDING AND THE GYPSIES RUTH FIELDING IN MOVING PICTURES RUTH FIELDING DOWN IN DIXIE RUTH FIELDING AT COLLEGE RUTH FIELDING IN THE SADDLE RUTH FIELDING IN THE RED CROSS RUTH FIELDING AT THE WAR FRONT RUTH FIELDING HOMEWARD BOUND

Cupples & Leon Co., Publishers, New York.

Copyright, 1919, by Cupples & Leon Company

Ruth Fielding Homeward Bound

Printed in U. S. A.

CONTENTS

CHAPTER PAGE I. Tea and a Toast 1 II. Such a Dream! 10 III. It's All Over! 20 IV. Two Exciting Things 29 V. The Secret 38 VI. A New Experience 45 VII. The Zeppelin 52 VIII. Afloat 60 IX. Queer Folks 68 X. What Will Happen? 76 XI. Developments 84 XII. The Man in the Motor Boat 93 XIII. It Comes to a Head 101 XIV. A Battle in the Air 111 XV. Abandoned 121 XVI. On the Edge of Tragedy 131 XVII. Boarded 140 XVIII. The Conspiracy Laid Bare 149 XIX. Tom Cameron Takes a Hand 159 XX. The Storm Breaks 166 XXI. The Wreck 172 XXII. Adrift 180 XXIII. At the Moment of Need 186 XXIV. Counterplot 196 XXV. Home as Found 205

RUTH FIELDING HOMEWARD BOUND

CHAPTER I TEA AND A TOAST

"And you once said, Heavy Stone, that you did not believe a poilu could love a fat girl!"

Helen said it in something like awe. While Ruth's tea urn bubbled cozily three pair of very bright eyes were bent above a tiny, iridescent spark which adorned the "heart finger" of the plumper girl's left hand.

There is something about an engagement diamond that makes it sparkle and twinkle more than any other diamond... Continue reading book >>




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