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Carolyn Wells

Patty's Social Season

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Patty's Social Season is written by Carolyn Wells. "Patty, do come along and get your luncheon before everything grows cold!"
"'And the stars are old, And the leaves of the judgment book unfold,'" chanted Patty, who had just learned this new song, and was apt to sing it at unexpected moments. She sat on the floor in the middle of the long drawing-room of her New York home. To say she was surrounded by flowers, faintly expresses it. She was hemmed in, barricaded, nearly smothered in flowers.

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Patty and Azalea

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The small settlement of Arden was largely composed of fine estates and attractive homes. This one which they had taken was broad and extensive, with hundreds of acres in lawns, gardens and woodland. It was called Wistaria Porch, because of an old wistaria vine which had achieved astounding dimensions and whose blooms in the spring and foliage.

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Patty's Butterfly Days

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Patty's Butterfly Days is written by Carolyn Wells. Different men are of different opinions; some like apples, some like inions, sang Patty, as she swayed herself idly back and forth in the veranda swing; "but, truly-ooly, Nan," she went on, "I don't care a snipjack. I'm quite ready and willing to go to the White Mountains,--or the Blue or Pink or even Lavender Mountains, if you like."

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The Mystery of the Sycamore

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The Mystery of the Sycamore is written by Carolyn Wells. A cry of "Fire," a murder, and the voluntary confession of three people to the crime. Such is the crux of Miss Wells' latest and most gripping story of love and mystery. Again the "old reliable" Fleming Stone is called in to clear things up and will delight the reader by doing so in his usual unusual way.

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Ptomaine Street

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Ptomaine Street is written by Carolyn Wells. A rollicking parody on "Main Street," an uproarious bit of fun and foolery, good for that "tired feeling" after reading sex and problem "stuff."

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Two Little Women

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Two Little Women is written by Carolyn Wells. Miss Carolyn Wells, past mistress in the art of writing bright and entertaining stories for girls, here introduces two little women--Dorinda Fayre and Dorothy Rose. The first is sweet, serious, timid and a little slow;

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Marjorie's Vacation

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Marjorie's Vacation is written by Carolyn Wells. Marjorie is a happy little American girl of twelve, up to mischief, but full of goodness and sincerity. The incidents of her summer vacation are such as will delight any little girl.

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The Jingle Book

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The Jingle Book is written by Carolyn Wells. No more delightful gift for young people could be imagined than this charming book... Each page has its happy surprise and it will be a prosaic child who will not find delight in both pictures and jingles.

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Vicky Van

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Vicky Van is written by Carolyn Wells. There is humor and love, thrills and a real mystery in this new Fleming Stone detective story, in which not the least interesting factor is the curious double personality of one character. You are baffled and always amused by the brilliance of the yarn.

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The Technique of the Mystery Story

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The Technique of the Mystery Story is written by Carolyn Wells. A complete practical guide for detective and mystery story writers of today. How to arrange, invent, plot out, develop and narrate ingenious, convincing, and baffling stories of crime.

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