by Rupert Hughes
Publisher: A. L. Burt Co. 1911
Number of pages: 334
The young woman in the taxicab scuttling frantically down the dark street, clung to the arm of the young man alongside, as if she were terrified at the lawbreaking, neck-risking speed. But evidently some greater fear goaded her ...
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