The Golden Silence

The Golden Silence

C. N. Williamson and A. M. Williamson

Drama

Stephen Knight was very angry, though he meant to be kind and patient with Margot. Perhaps, after all, she had not given the interview to the newspaper reporter. It might be what she herself would call a "fake." But as for her coming to stop at a big, fashionable hotel like the Carlton, in the circumstances she could hardly have done anything in worse taste. He hated to think that she was capable of taking so false a step. He hated to think that it was exactly like her to take it. He hated to be obliged to call on her in the hotel; and he hated himself for hating it.
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The Lions Mouse

The Lion's Mouse

C. N. Williamson and A. M. Williamson

Drama

Mr. Black\'s Terms The little square cottage was unoccupied. It had stood for many years on the parish property, having indeed been built long before the parish bought the land for church purposes. It was easy to see how Dandelion Cottage came by its name at first, for growing all about it were great, fluffy, golden dandelions; but afterwards there was another good reason why the name was appropriate, as you will discover shortly.
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A Soldier of the Legion

A Soldier of the Legion

C. N. Williamson and A. M. Williamson

Drama

Musaicum Books presents to you a unique collection of mystery classics & adventure novels, formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices. Mystery Novels The Motor Maid The Girl Who Had Nothing The Second Latchkey The Castle of Shadows The House by the Lock The Guests of Hercules The Port of Adventure The Brightener The Lion\'s Mouse The Powers and Maxine Adventure Fiction It Happened in Egypt The Adventures of Princess Sylvia The Car of Destiny My Friend the Chauffeur The Chauffeur and the Chaperon Everyman\'s Land The Princess Virginia Angel Unawares: A Story of Christmas Eve A Soldier of Legion The Princess Passes Winne Child, The Shop-Girl Where the Path Breaks Rosemary, A Christmas story Vision House The Golden Silence The Heather Moon Set in Silver Travelogues Lord John in New York Lord Loveland Discovers America Lady Betty Across the Water Secret History Revealed by Lady Peggy O\'Malley The Lightning Conductor: The Strange Adventures of a Motor Car The Lightning Conductor Discovers America Charles Norris Williamson (1859–1920) and Alice Muriel Williamson (1869-1933) were British novelists who jointly wrote a number of novels which cover the early days of motoring and can also be read as travelogues.
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Lord John in New York

Lord John in New York

C. N. Williamson and A. M. Williamson

Drama

"More letters and flowers for you, Lord John," said my nurse. Not that I needed a nurse; and, above all things, I needed no more letters or flowers. The waste-paper basket was full. The room smelt like a perfume factory. The mantelpiece and all other receptacles having an army of occupation, vases and bowls were mobilising on the floor. This would, of course, not be tolerated in hospital; but I was off the sick list, recovering in a private convalescent home. I was fed up with being a wounded hero; the fragrance of too many flowers, and the kindness of too many ladies, was sapping and mining my brain power; consequently, I could invent no excuse for escape.
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