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Old 10-29-2011, 05:21 AM   #1
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Bartlett, Frederick Orin: The Seventh Noon. V1. 29 Oct 2011

Frederick Orin Bartlett (1876-1945) also wrote under the pseudonym of William Carleton. His first novel, Joan of the Alley, was praised for its careful preparation and the promise of future offerings from the same author. Bartlett’s subsequent novels were known for their attention to detail, melodrama, adventure, and romance. Several of them were adapted into feature films, including: The Seventh Noon, The Lion’s Den, and The Lady in the Library. His bibliography includes nearly a dozen novels, and a great many more short stories and articles. He was published consistently in The Saturday Evening Post and Red Book Magazine, among many others .http://criticalpressmedia.com/public...rederick-orin/

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"THE RIGHT to die?"
Professor Barstow, with a perplexed scowl ruffling the barbette of gray hairs above his keen eyes, shook his head and turning from the young man whose long legs extended over the end of the lean sofa upon which he sprawled in one corner of the laboratory, held the test-tube, which he had been studying abstractedly, up to the light. The flickering gas was not good for delicate work, and it was only lately that Barstow, spurred on by a glimpse of the end to a long series of experiments, had attempted anything after dark. He squinted thoughtfully at the yellow fluid in the tube and then, resuming his discussion, declared emphatically,
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