The Boston Herald says it is "far above the ordinary run of current fiction." The New York Evening Post states that "Mr. Pryde has made immense progress in workmanship since his last book." An English tale of the love of a cultured wealthy man of thirty-six for a vicar's daughter of nineteen. It is a post-bellum story containing characters that suffer from the effects of the war.
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