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The Sins of the Father: A Romance of the South

Thomas Dixon

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .No—no—he said the Governor's out at Schlitz's place, spending the night. They're going to kill him, too——"

"Then there's time to stop them—quick—can you hitch a horse?"

"Yessum!"

"Run to the stable, hitch my horse to the buggy and take a note I'll write to my grandfather, old Governor Carteret—you know where his place is—the big red brick house at the edge of town?"

"Yessum——"

"His street leads into the turnpike—quick now—the horse and buggy!"

The strong young body sprang down the steps three and four rounds at a leap and in five minutes the crunch of swift wheels on the gravel walk was heard.

She sprang up the stairs, took the note from the frail, trembling little hand and bounded out of the house again.

The clouds had passed and the moon was shining now in silent splendor on the sparkling refreshed trees and shrubbery. The girl. . . Read More

Community Reviews

This book has one strength--a powerful character-driven plot full of surprises. It becomes a real page-turner. At the end, the main character shoots himself in the head and my relief was enormous. Somebody should have shot him much earlier. This is, not surprisingly given the author's time period...more