The Room G.B. Stern

ISBN: 9780559143953

Published: October 9th 2008

Paperback

300 pages


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The Room  by  G.B. Stern

The Room by G.B. Stern
October 9th 2008 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 300 pages | ISBN: 9780559143953 | 5.59 Mb

Is that you, Hal dear? Will you be going anywhere near Platt s? No, but I can quite easily. Why? Do you want me to look and see if your fortunes still there? For Aunt Lavvy banked at the local branch of Platt s- it was only open three times a weekMoreIs that you, Hal dear? Will you be going anywhere near Platt s? No, but I can quite easily. Why? Do you want me to look and see if your fortunes still there? For Aunt Lavvy banked at the local branch of Platt s- it was only open three times a week from ten A.

M. to twelve- Buckler s Cross was not as yet a very important country suburb. Aunt Lawy wanted an open cheque for five pounds cashed. And after Hal had teased her a bit more as to what she could possibly want with all that money at once, he took the cheque and departed. But first of all he kissed her, because she was rather a dear little old lady, and was just the right height for the manly embraces of seventeen-and-a-half.

Most men feel it a merit in their more aged female possessions to be small and frail-looking, to have pink cheeks and silvery hair, and a soft voice and delicate white hands. .. .A unt Lawy achieved all this- she was the perfect cliche among dear little old ladies, down to the very lavender-bags she placed among her linen. That was why all the young Maxwells adored her.(Typographical errors above are due to OCR software and dont occur in the book.)



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