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Castle Craneycrow

George Barr McCutcheon

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. . .She never did approve, if that's what you were about to say. What is she afraid of? Does she imagine that I want to marry you? Good heavens!" So devout was his implied denial of such a project that she felt herself grow hot. "Doesn't she think the prince has you safely won? You are old enough to take care of yourself, I'm sure."

"She knows that I love Prince Ugo, and that he is the only man I shall ever love. Her disapproval would arise from the needless exposure to comment. You remember what the London paper said about us." If she thought that he was chilled by her bold opening assertion she was to find herself mistaken. He smiled complacently.

"I thought it was very nice of them. I am preserving the clipping," he said, airily. "We can talk over this little difficulty with public opinion when we've had more time to think about it. You see, I've been here but ten hours, and I may be willing to leave tomorrow, that is, after I've seen more of th. . . Read More

Community Reviews

I'd never heard of George Barr McCutcheon before reading this lively tale, though having since done some research I realised that I've watched - many moons ago - a film adaptation of one of his works, namely "Brewster's Millions".

"Castle Craneycrow" features two men - the hero and the villain - both

Really enjoyed this book. It was interesting ow the villain maintained an appearance of innocence for so long.

This story put me in mind of a Georgette Heyer novel. However, this novel is set in the 1890's. The main character Philip Quentin is a well traveled American gentleman of leisure, who lives in New York. When some friends from England invite him to join a house party to be held in a few weeks he read