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Mohawks, Volume 1 of 3

M. E. Braddon

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .t, given over to emptiness, buildings which no one ever explored. The old hunting stables, where Roland Bosworth's grandfather had kept his stud, had been disused for the last half-century. Loose boxes, men's rooms, saddle-rooms, dog-kennels: there was space enough for a village hospital.

"If I can but make one of those rooms fairly comfortable!" she thought, remembering how bleak and desolate the rooms had looked when she explored them soon after her first coming.

"I must go and see what I can do," she said after a pause. "It is early yet, not eight o'clock. I will have you comfortably lodged by ten."

"The sooner the better, for it isn't over-pleasant lying on these stones. If it had not been for that taste of cognac I should be dead before now."

Barbara hurried away, begging the gardener and his wife to keep close till her return, and to be ready to help her then. They were neither now nor at any future time to breathe a word to mor. . . Read More

Community Reviews

This is the first book I've ever read in order to figure out the title. Why, I wondered to myself, is English Mary Elizabeth Braddon writing about Native Americans? I was a good way in before the word "Mohawk" appeared. It's a gentleman's club. I should have guessed, because in Trail of the Serpent,