e-books in Harold MacGrath category
by Harold MacGrath - Grosset & Dunlap , 1920
There are certain spiritual exhilarants that nullify caution, warning the presence of danger. The boy with his first pay envelope, the lover who has just been accepted, the debutante on the way to her first ball; the impetus that urges us to rush...
by Harold MacGrath - The Bobbs-Merrill Company , 1911
George closed the book and consulted his sailing-list. In a short time he would leave for Port Said, thence to Naples, Christmas there, and home in January. Business had been ripping. He would be jolly glad to get home again ...
by Harold MacGrath - Grosset & Dunlap , 1915
In the dense fog of London, Kitty Killigrew hears a clandestine conversation before her sapphire necklace is stolen by a wily young man. It is up to Detective Haggerty to find the culprit. But things become more complicated than he expected.
by Harold MacGrath - Grosset & Dunlap , 1922
We middle-aged fools and we old fools can no longer dream. We have only those phantoms called memories, which are the husks of dreams. Disillusion stands in one doorway of our house and Mockery in the other. This is a tale of two young fools.
by Harold MacGrath - ManyBooks , 1904
A romance of Washington, carried off with dash and spirit, and with just enough tragedy to give point to the comic touch. The hero masquerades as a coachman, becomes involved in a diplomatic intrigue, and altogether has the liveliest kind of a time.