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Beau Brocade

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Published: 1907
Language: English
Wordcount: 74,220 / 215 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 81.1
LoC Category: PR
Downloads: 3,151
Added to site: 2007.03.25
mnybks.net#: 16372

This captivating romance of the chivalrous highwayman, Beau Brocade, is full of go, there is real ingenuity in the plot, and the interest is kept up at an intense pitch.

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perchance to hear again that mirthful, happy laugh.

Then game a gust of wind, the sun retreated, the soldiers gasped, and lo! before Mr. Inch or Mr. Corporal had realized that the picture was made of flesh and blood, horse and rider has disappeared, there, far out across the Heath, beyond the gorse and bramble and the budding heather, with not a handful of dusk to mark the way they went.

Only once from far, very far, almost from fairyland, there came, like the echo of a sliver bell, the sound of that mad, merry laugh.

"Beau Brocade, as I live!" murmured Mr. Inch, under his breath.

Chapter II

The Forge of John Stich

John Stich too had heard that laugh; for a moment he paused in his work, straightened his broad back and leant his heavy hammer upon the anvil, whilst a pleasant smile lit up his bronzed and rugged countenance.

"There goes the Captain," he said, "I wonder now what's tickling him. Ah!" he ad

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Average Rating of 5 from 1 reviews: *****
2015.12.31
gibel
*****

This is an excellent story full of non-stop action, tear jerking passion, and a happy ending. It's everything you expect in early 1900s romance and has inspired me to read the rest of Orczys works.


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