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[EAN: 9781847028389], Neubuch, [PU: Echo Library], MARY ELIZABETH BRADDON,M. E. BRADDON,MYSTERY, Fiction|General, Paperback. 316 pages. Dimensions: 8.9in. x 5.9in. x 0.9in.BIRDS OF PREYBYM. E. BRADDONIllustration: Be good enough to take me straight to her, said the Captain, I am her father. CONTENTS: Book the First. FATAL FRIENDSHIP. I. THE HOUSE IN BLOOMSBURYII. PHILIP SHELDON READS THE LANCETIII. MR. AND MRS. HALLIDAYIV. A PERPLEXING ILLNESSV. THE LETTER FROM THE ALLIANCE OFFICEVI. MR. BURKHAMS UNCERTAINTIESBook the Second. THE TWO MACAIRES. I. A GOLDEN TEMPLE II. THE EASY DESCENT III. HEART BARE, HEART HUNGRY, VERY POORBook the Third. HEAPING UP RICHES. I. A FORTUNATE MARRIAGE II. CHARLOTTE III. GEORGE SHELDONS PROSPECTS IV. DIANA FINDS A NEW HOME V. AT THE LAWN VI. THE COMPACT OF GRAYS INN VII. AUNT SARAHVIII. CHARLOTTE PROPHESIES RAIN IX. MR. SHELDON ON THE WATCHBook the Fourth. VALENTINE HAWKEHURSTS RECORD. I. THE OLDEST INHABITANT II. MATTHEW HAYGARTHS RESTING-PLACE III. MR. GOODGES WISDOMBook the Fifth. RELICS OF THE DEAD. I. BETRAYED BY A BLOTTING-PAD II. VALENTINE INVOKES THE PHANTOMS OF THE PAST III. HUNTING THE JUDSONS IV. GLIMPSES OF A BYGONE LIFEBook the Sixth. THE HEIRESS OF THE HAYGARTHS. I. DISAPPOINTMENT II. VALENTINES RECORD CONTINUED III. ARCADIA IV. IN PARADISE V. TOO FAIR TO LAST VI. FOUND IN THE BIBLEBook the Seventh. CHARLOTTES ENGAGEMENT. I. IN YOUR PATIENCE YE ARE STRONG II. MRS. SHELDON ACCEPTS HER DESTINY III. MR. HAWKEHURST AND MR. GEORGE SHELDON COME TO AN UNDERSTANDING IV. MR. SHELDON IS PROPITIOUS V. MR. SHELDON IS BENEVOLENT VI. RIDING THE HIGH HORSE VII. MR. SHELDON IS PRUDENTVIII. CHRISTMAS PEACEBIRDS OF PREYBOOK THE FIRST. FATAL FRIENDSHIP. CHAPTER I. THE HOUSE IN BLOOMSBURY. What about There are some houses whereof the outward aspect issealed with the seal of respectability--houses which inspire confidencein the minds of the most sceptical of butchers and bakers--houses atwhose area-gates the tradesman delivers his goods undoubtingly, andfrom whose spotless door-steps the vagabond children of theneighbourhood recoil as from a shrine too sacred for their gambols. Such a house made its presence obvious, some years ago, in one ofthe smaller streets of that west-central region which lies betweenHolborn and St. Pancras Church. It is perhaps the nature ofultra-respectability to be disagreeably conspicuous. The unsulliedbrightness of No. 14 Fitzgeorge-street was a standing reproach to everyother house in the dingy thorough-fare. That one spot of cleanlinessmade the surrounding dirt cruelly palpable. The muslin curtains in theparlour windows of No. 15 would not have appeared of such a smoky yellowif the curtains of No. 14 had not been of such a pharisaical whiteness. Mrs. Magson, at No. 13, was a humble letter of lodgings, always more orless in arrear with the demands of quarter-day; and it seemed a hardthing that her door-steps, whereon were expended much labour andhearthstone--not to mention house-flannel, which was in itself nounimportant item in the annual expenses--should be always thrown in theshade by the surpassing purity of the steps before No. 14. Not satisfied with being the very pink and pattern of respectability, the objectionable house even aspired to a kind of prettiness. It was asbright, and pleasant, and rural of aspect as any house within earshotof the roar and rattle of Holborn can be. There were flowers in thewindows; gaudy scarlet geraniums, which seemed to enjoy an immunityfrom all the ills to which geraniums are subject, so impossible was itto discover a faded leaf amongst their greenness, or the presence ofblight amidst their wealth of blossom. There were birdcages within theshadow of the muslin curtains, and the colouring of the newly-pointedbrickwork was agreeably relieved by the vivid green of Venetian blinds. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN.

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Echo Library. Paperback. New. Paperback. 316 pages. Dimensions: 8.9in. x 5.9in. x 0.9in.BIRDS OF PREYBYM. E. BRADDONIllustration: Be good enough to take me straight to her, said the Captain, I am her father. CONTENTS: Book the First. FATAL FRIENDSHIP. I. THE HOUSE IN BLOOMSBURYII. PHILIP SHELDON READS THE LANCETIII. MR. AND MRS. HALLIDAYIV. A PERPLEXING ILLNESSV. THE LETTER FROM THE ALLIANCE OFFICEVI. MR. BURKHAMS UNCERTAINTIESBook the Second. THE TWO MACAIRES. I. A GOLDEN TEMPLE II. THE EASY DESCENT III. HEART BARE, HEART HUNGRY, VERY POORBook the Third. HEAPING UP RICHES. I. A FORTUNATE MARRIAGE II. CHARLOTTE III. GEORGE SHELDONS PROSPECTS IV. DIANA FINDS A NEW HOME V. AT THE LAWN VI. THE COMPACT OF GRAYS INN VII. AUNT SARAHVIII. CHARLOTTE PROPHESIES RAIN IX. MR. SHELDON ON THE WATCHBook the Fourth. VALENTINE HAWKEHURSTS RECORD. I. THE OLDEST INHABITANT II. MATTHEW HAYGARTHS RESTING-PLACE III. MR. GOODGES WISDOMBook the Fifth. RELICS OF THE DEAD. I. BETRAYED BY A BLOTTING-PAD II. VALENTINE INVOKES THE PHANTOMS OF THE PAST III. HUNTING THE JUDSONS IV. GLIMPSES OF A BYGONE LIFEBook the Sixth. THE HEIRESS OF THE HAYGARTHS. I. DISAPPOINTMENT II. VALENTINES RECORD CONTINUED III. ARCADIA IV. IN PARADISE V. TOO FAIR TO LAST VI. FOUND IN THE BIBLEBook the Seventh. CHARLOTTES ENGAGEMENT. I. IN YOUR PATIENCE YE ARE STRONG II. MRS. SHELDON ACCEPTS HER DESTINY III. MR. HAWKEHURST AND MR. GEORGE SHELDON COME TO AN UNDERSTANDING IV. MR. SHELDON IS PROPITIOUS V. MR. SHELDON IS BENEVOLENT VI. RIDING THE HIGH HORSE VII. MR. SHELDON IS PRUDENTVIII. CHRISTMAS PEACEBIRDS OF PREYBOOK THE FIRST. FATAL FRIENDSHIP. CHAPTER I. THE HOUSE IN BLOOMSBURY. What about There are some houses whereof the outward aspect issealed with the seal of respectability--houses which inspire confidencein the minds of the most sceptical of butchers and bakers--houses atwhose area-gates the tradesman delivers his goods undoubtingly, andfrom whose spotless door-steps the vagabond children of theneighbourhood recoil as from a shrine too sacred for their gambols. Such a house made its presence obvious, some years ago, in one ofthe smaller streets of that west-central region which lies betweenHolborn and St. Pancras Church. It is perhaps the nature ofultra-respectability to be disagreeably conspicuous. The unsulliedbrightness of No. 14 Fitzgeorge-street was a standing reproach to everyother house in the dingy thorough-fare. That one spot of cleanlinessmade the surrounding dirt cruelly palpable. The muslin curtains in theparlour windows of No. 15 would not have appeared of such a smoky yellowif the curtains of No. 14 had not been of such a pharisaical whiteness. Mrs. Magson, at No. 13, was a humble letter of lodgings, always more orless in arrear with the demands of quarter-day; and it seemed a hardthing that her door-steps, whereon were expended much labour andhearthstone--not to mention house-flannel, which was in itself nounimportant item in the annual expenses--should be always thrown in theshade by the surpassing purity of the steps before No. 14. Not satisfied with being the very pink and pattern of respectability, the objectionable house even aspired to a kind of prettiness. It was asbright, and pleasant, and rural of aspect as any house within earshotof the roar and rattle of Holborn can be. There were flowers in thewindows; gaudy scarlet geraniums, which seemed to enjoy an immunityfrom all the ills to which geraniums are subject, so impossible was itto discover a faded leaf amongst their greenness, or the presence ofblight amidst their wealth of blossom. There were birdcages within theshadow of the muslin curtains, and the colouring of the newly-pointedbrickwork was agreeably relieved by the vivid green of Venetian blinds. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Echo Library

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Birds of Prey
Author:

Braddon, Mary Elizabeth

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Birds of Prey

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1847028381

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781847028389
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1847028381
Paperback
Publishing year: 2006
Publisher: ECHO LIB
316 Pages
Weight: 0,463 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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