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The Golden Silence

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Published: 1910
Language: English
Wordcount: 174,703 / 485 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 72.2
LoC Category: PS
Downloads: 1,432
Added to site: 2006.08.24
mnybks.net#: 14739
Origin: gutenberg.org

A powerful tale of Algeria, full of the wonder and mystery of the desert. The action is dramatic and the descriptions are done with rare power. The story will bring a new type of Williamson novel to all those who love tales of mystery, romance, and adventure.

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d, as it happened, when he was thinking of the girl, wondering whether she had friends who would stand by her, or whether a member of his family might, without being guilty of bad taste, dare offer help.

Her tear-blotted letter had settled that doubt, and it had been so despairing, so suggestive of frenzy in its wording, that Stephen had impulsively rushed off to South Kensington at once, without stopping to think whether it would not be better to send a representative combining the gentleness of the dove with the wisdom of the serpent, and armed for emergencies with a blank cheque.

Margot's hair, so charmingly dressed now, folding in soft dark waves on either side her face, almost hiding the pink-tipped ears, had been tumbled, that gloomy afternoon six weeks ago, with curls escaping here and there; and in the course of their talk a great coil had fallen down over her shoulders. It was the sort of thing that happens to the heroine of a melodrama, if she has plenty of hair; but Stephen did not th

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Average Rating of 5 from 1 reviews: *****
2008.12.01
Linda Otto
*****

Interesting read. I like the Williamson books. This one has quite a bit of derring-do as part of the love story/mystery. If you have any experience with the New Thought spiritual movement you will recognize its message throughout the Williamson works--not preachy, just present. Enjoy!



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