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Author: Anna Katharine Green

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For a day Sweetwater acknowledged himself to be mentally crushed, disillusioned and defeated. Then his spirits regained their poise. His opinion was not changed in regard to his neighbor's secret guilt.

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I failed to empathize with any character in this strange story. It was my first book from free-ebooks so I determined to read it to the end nevertheless.


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Anna Katharine Green

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