Publisher Description

This is an adventure book. Philip had whispered to Reinhold that he would look him up presently; Reinhold trembled for the result of a meeting between father and son, which could not have occurred at a more unfortunate moment; but it could not be helped, and he determined to employ the interval in saying a few words of comfort, after the scene that had just taken place, to the old clerk whom he had spoken to several times during the last few days, and had learnt to look upon as certainly a peculiar but an excellent and upright man. He found the old man in the little arbour at the end of the narrow walk, between the garden and the building, in the upper story of which he and Anders lived. He was sitting quite broken down on the bench, while Cilli, who was with him, wiped the drops of perspiration from his brow.

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
1911
January 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
342
Pages
PUBLISHER
Public Domain
SELLER
Public Domain
SIZE
233
KB

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