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The Three Fates

F. Marion Crawford

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .Anybody you wish to see?” one of the physicians once asked, bending low and speaking softly. He suspected that something was disquieting the dying man’s mind.

But there was no answer, and the lids drooped again. It was now dusk and it would soon be night. Many hours might pass before the end came, and the doctors consulted in low tones as to which of them should remain. Just then the faint and distant rattle of the bell was heard. Immediately Tom Craik stirred, and seemed to be listening attentively. The two men ceased speaking and they could hear the front door softly open in the street below, and close again a few seconds later. One of the physicians glanced at the patient, saw the usual look of inquiry in his face and quickly left the room. When he returned he held a card in his hand, which he took to the bedside after looking at it by the fireside. Bending down, he spoke in a low tone.

“Mr. George Winto. . . Read More

Community Reviews

3.5 stars.

This was an interesting love story. I would not call it a "romance novel." (I actually read an older hard copy that needs repair--I purchased from a secondhand store and don't have book tape to repair.) For lack of a better description, I would call it very literary. The author is definitely well...more