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The Forged Note

A Romance of the Darker Races

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Author: Oscar Micheaux
Published: 1915
Language: English
Wordcount: 170,785 / 484 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 73.3
LoC Category: PZ
Downloads: 5,943
Added to site: 2013.02.28
mnybks.net#: 31488
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ntly she drew a book from this same case, and crossed the room to where the man sat.

"Good evening," she ventured, pausing at his side, and fumbling the book she had taken from the case, in evident embarrassment. He mumbled something inaudible, but remained silent. His outwardly indifferent reception had not a discouraging effect upon his visitor, however, for no sooner had she caught the sound of his voice, than she fell into a concentrated explanation of the book.

Soft and low, in spite of the rapid flow of words, her voice fell upon his ears, and served to arouse him at last from his apparent lethargy; but it was not that alone which made him rise to a half sitting posture, and strain his ears. It was a peculiar familiarity in the tone. As he continued to listen, he became convinced that somewhere, in the months gone by, he had heard that voice before. "Where was it?" he whispered, but, in his sluggish thoughts, he could not then recall. There was one thing of which there was no doubt, howeve

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