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The Maid of the Whispering Hills

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Author: Vingie E. Roe
Published: 1912
Language: English
Wordcount: 71,710 / 207 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 75.3
LoC Category: PS
Downloads: 787 5981

cious release was very welcome.

The somewhat fickle stream of the Assiniboine had loosed its locks of ice and rolled and gurgled, full to its low banks, as if the late summer would not see it shrunk to a lazy thread, refusing sometimes even the shallow canoes and barely licking the parched lips of the land.

In gay attire the maids of De Seviere ventured beyond the gates to stray a little way into the forest and come back laden with tiny green sprays of the golden trailer, with wee white blossoms and now and again a great swelling bud of the gorgeous purple flower of the death plant.

"Bien! It is of a drollness, mes cheries," laughed Tessa Bibye one day, stopping at the cabin by the south wall; "how Francette does but sit in the shade and nurse that half-dead wolf. Is it by chance because of the owner, or that hand which carried it here, Francette? Look for the man behind Francette's devotion ever!"

Whereat there was a laugh and crinkling of pretty dark eyes at the little maid's exp



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