Rinehart, Mary Roberts (1910) The Window at the White Cat


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So when Hawes announced a lady, I took my feet off my desk, put down the brief I had been reading, and rose perfunctorily. With my first glance at my visitor, however, I threw away my cigar, and I have heard since, settled my tie. That this client was different was borne in on me at once by the way she entered the room. She had poise in spite of embarrassment, and her face when she raised her veil was white, refined, and young. -- Chapter 1

This is an early mystery by Mary Roberts Rinehart, copyright 1910. This is a G-Book graphical reproduction of the true first edition issued by Bobbs-Merrill in 1910. The covers and all pages and illustrations are facsimile-reproduced at 220 dpi resolution. The four beautiful, glossy illustrations are by Arthur I. Keller. Individual pages may be printed and the G-Book pages can be annotated on your computer display with typed notes, handwriting, freeform drawing, arrows, and line highlighting, and then saved in the pdf file for future reference. (Annotation feature requires Adobe Reader 7 or later, a free download at www.adobe.com.)

Original Publisher: Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merrill Company
Original Copyright: Copyright 1910 The Bobbs-Merrill Company
First Edition: Yes, first edition, unknown printing impression
Dust jacket: No
Illustrated: Yes, 4 glossy illustrations by Arthur I. Keller
Pages: 397 numbered text pages, total 404 G-Book pages
Dimensions: 4-7/8" x 7-1/2"
Back matter: None
Print Pages: Yes
Annotate Pages: Yes
Search Text: No
Resolution: 220 pixels/inch (enough for 200% display size) 
Download size: 87 MB
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