|11-02-2011, 05:37 PM||#1|
Join Date: Apr 2008
Location: Alabama, USA
Device: HP ipac RX5915 Wife's Kindle
King, Basil: The Dust Flower. V1. 2 Nov 2011
William Benjamin Basil King (1859–1928) was a Canadian-born clergyman who became a writer after retiring from the clergy. His novels and non-fiction were spiritually oriented.
IT IS not often that you see a man tear his hair, but this is exactly what Rashleigh Allerton did. He tore it, first, because of being under the stress of great agitation, and second, because he had it to tear—a thick, black shock with a tendency to part in the middle, but brushed carefully to one side. Seated on the extreme edge of one of Miss Walbrook’s strong, slender armchairs, his elbows on his knees, he dug his fingers into the dark mass with every fresh taunt from his fiancée.
|Thread Tools||Search this Thread|
|Thread||Thread Starter||Forum||Replies||Last Post|
|Spiritual King, Basil: The Conquest of Fear. V1. 2 Nov 2011||crutledge||Kindle Books||0||11-02-2011 01:17 PM|
|Spiritual King, Basil: The Conquest of Fear. V1. 2 Nov 2011||crutledge||ePub Books||0||11-02-2011 01:15 PM|
|Spiritual King, Basil: The Conquest of Fear. V1. 2 Nov 2011||crutledge||BBeB/LRF Books||0||11-02-2011 01:14 PM|
|Short Fiction Andreyev, Leonid; Bernstein, Herman, Trans: The Crushed Flower. V1. 20 Nov 2010||crutledge||Kindle Books||0||11-20-2010 06:26 PM|
|Short Fiction Andreyev, Leonid; Bernstein, Herman, Trans: The Crushed Flower. V1. 20 Nov 2010||crutledge||BBeB/LRF Books||0||11-20-2010 06:20 PM|