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The Gold-Seekers: A Tale of California

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God and The King

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Miracle Gold

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Dawn of the Morning

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The Enchanted Barn

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Exit Betty

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The Duke's Sweetheart: A Romance

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Called "The Duke of Long Acre" in jest by his chums, Charles Augustus Cheyne is an amiable figure with a shadowy past. When love arrives suddenly and unexpectedly, it throws a monkey wrench into the routines...


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The fourth entry in Anthony Trollope's Palliser series about Parliament, this volume follows up on Irish member of Parliament Phineas Finn. After suffering a profound personal loss, Finn returns to his native...


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