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Hey Whitey. By Astrid Southworth
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An autobiography, as well as four short stories, detailing life in South Africa throughout the past 50 years. I grew up when the country was the Union of South Africa and aligned with Britain. After... More > that period, Apartheid followed, and then the ANC came into power. I lived through the three phases of South Africa and the story reveals a bit of the times I lived through.< Less
Lilith By Mrs Southworth
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This is a sequel to another book of hers: "The Unloved Wife". Mrs. Southworth was known for her tales of dramatic twists and turns, moral values, and romance.
The Wife's Victory and Other Nouvellettes By Mrs. Southworth
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Lovely and very rare antique book by Mrs Emma D. E. N. Southworth. Contetns: Preface; The Wife's Victory; The Married Shrew: A Sequel To The Wife's Victory; Sybil Brotherton; Or, The Temptation; The... More > Irish Refugee; Eveline Murray: Or, The Fine Figure; The Three Sisters; Or, New Year In The Little Bough-cast House; Annie Grey; Or, Neighbours' Prescriptions; Across The Street, A New Year's Story.< Less
When Shadows Die By Mrs. Southworth
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A Sequel to "Love's Bitterest Cup" About the Author: "Emma Dorothy Eliza Nevitte Southworth (1819~1899) was an American writer of more than 60 novels in the latter part of the 19th... More > century. She was probably the most widely read author of that era. Southworth's first story, The Irish Refugee, was published in the Baltimore Saturday Visitor. Some of her earliest works appeared in The National Era, the newspaper that printed Uncle Tom's Cabin. The bulk of her work appeared as a serial in Robert Bonner's The New York Ledger, which was widely read in the 1850s and 1860s. Her first novel, Retribution, a serial for The National Era, published in book form in 1846, was so well received that she gave up teaching and became a regular contributor to various periodicals, especially The New York Ledger. Her best known work was The Hidden Hand. It first appeared in serial form in The New York Ledger in 1859, and was serialized twice more (1868~69, 1883) before first appearing in book form in 1888.< Less
The Test of Love By Mrs. Southworth
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Being Third and Last Part of "The Trail of the Serpent". "Emma Dorothy Eliza Nevitte Southworth (1819~1899) was an American writer of more than 60 novels in the latter part of the... More > 19th century. She was probably the most widely read author of that era. Southworth's first story, The Irish Refugee, was published in the Baltimore Saturday Visitor. Some of her earliest works appeared in The National Era, the newspaper that printed Uncle Tom's Cabin. The bulk of her work appeared as a serial in Robert Bonner's The New York Ledger, which was widely read in the 1850s and 1860s. Her first novel, Retribution, a serial for The National Era, published in book form in 1846, was so well received that she gave up teaching and became a regular contributor to various periodicals, especially The New York Ledger. Her best known work was The Hidden Hand. It first appeared in serial form in The New York Ledger in 1859, and was serialized twice more (1868~69, 1883) before first appearing in book form in 1888.< Less
The Unloved Wife By Mrs. Southworth
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Excerpt: IT was a splendid spectacle, that famous masquerade ball, which was given as the valedictory of the old and the salutatory of the new year, at the opening of one of the most brilliant... More > seasons our national capital had ever seen. A great war had ended. A renowned military commander was at the head of our government, with a council selected from among the most eminent statesmen of the nation, and a diplomatic corps of the most distinguished ministers from foreign countries. About the Author: "Emma Dorothy Eliza Nevitte Southworth (1819~1899) was an American writer of more than 60 novels in the latter part of the 19th century. She was probably the most widely read author of that era.< Less
The Lost Heir By Mrs. Southworth
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Mrs. Southworth was the most popular woman novelist in mid-nineteenth-century America. She offered her readers an emotional roller coaster ride that they happily took again and... More > again. Excerpt: Ronald, Marquis of Shetland, had been distinguished in the councils of his country, a leading Tory in the House of Lords, an able diplomat at foreign courts, a wise colonial governor in India, where wisdom was of more value than was force of arms. But now he was retired from public affairs, and was living quietly at Trosach Castle. He had married, early in life, a daughter of the ancient house of Murray, a handsome, haughty woman, who only needed temptation and opportunity to be come cruel and wicked. No children had blessed this long union, but their place was well filled in the hearts and home of the childless couple by the orphan niece and ward of the earl, the beautiful Eglantine Seton, Baroness of Linlithgow, in her own right.< Less
Curse of Clifton By Mrs. Southworth
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This is a fast moving romance, originally published in the nineteenth century. The story is concerned with the trials of two related families, the Clifton cousins. Old Mr Clifton, Patriarch of... More > Clifton Place, has two beautiful daughters, Carolyn and Zuleime, and a beautiful young wife, Georgia. Georgia was married at fifteen to the thrice widowed Mr Clifton. Captain Archer Clifton, heir to Hardbargain Farm, is the nephew of Old Mr Clifton. He is engaged to marry his cousin, proud Carolyn Clifton. Unfortunately, the subtle machinations of Stepmother Georgia have caused Carolyn to break off the engagement prior to the wedding. Mrs. Southworth was the most popular woman novelist in mid-nineteenth-century America. She offered her readers an emotional roller coaster ride that they happily took again and again.< Less
The Two Sisters By Mrs. Southworth
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Excerpt: Long had the young creature suffered in silence, rather than disturb the rest of the family domestics, whose old-fashioned regularity had sent them to bed, as usual, at a very early hour ;... More > and not until amid pain and terror she had partly lost her self-command, did she pull the bell-rope, ringing a peal that presently brought her nurse from the next room—the young lady's dressing-room—where a cot had been placed for her temporary accommodation. This matron was no Mrs. Gamp, but one of those skillful, neat-handed, kind-hearted, cheerful and comfortable old ladies, who are not only a great consolation, but a real luxury in illness. About the Author: "Emma Dorothy Eliza Nevitte Southworth (1819~1899) was an American writer of more than 60 novels in the latter part of the 19th century. She was probably the most widely read author of that era.< Less
Ugly Hill: Eyes of Liquid Rage By Paul Southworth
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The first collection of "Ugly Hill" comic strips. They're just like you... only uglier.

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