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The Little Brown Jug at Kildare

Meredith Nicholson

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .That's mighty nice of you, but I don't have much time for vacations," replied the reporter, who was, however, clearly pleased.

"If the office won't give you a couple of weeks, wire me and I'll buy the paper."

The young man laughed outright.

"I'll remember; I really believe you mean for me to come."

"Of course I do. It's all settled; make it next week. Good-by!"

Ardmore ate his dinner oblivious of the fact that people at the neighboring tables turned to look at him. He overheard his name mentioned, and a woman just behind[Pg 58] him let it be known to her companions and any one else who cared to hear that he was the brother-in-law of the Duke of Ballywinkle. Another voice in the neighborhood kindly remarked that Ardmore was the only decent member of the family, and that he was not the one whose wife had just left him, nor yet the one who was going to marry the chorus girl whose father kept a delicatessen shop in Hoboken. It is . . . Read More

Community Reviews

The first Nicholson I read, and probably my least favorite so far, just because it was rather silly. But it's also an enjoyable romp of a story, built on impossible coincidences. A romance story of North vs. South Carolina, hung on the mystery of what was really in certain little brown jugs. Was it