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Bones in London by Edgar Wallace

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BONES

IN LONDON

By

EDGAR WALLACE

WARD, LOCK & CO., LIMITED

LONDON AND MELBOURNE

1921

CONTENTS

CHAP.

I. BONES AND BIG BUSINESS II. HIDDEN TREASURE Bones in London by Edgar Wallace III. BONES AND THE WHARFINGERS IV. THE PLOVER LIGHT CAR V. A CINEMA PICTURE VI. A DEAL IN JUTE VII. DETECTIVE BONES VIII. A COMPETENT JUDGE OF POETRY IX. THE LAMP THAT NEVER WENT OUT X. THE BRANCH LINE XI. A STUDENT OF MEN XII. BONES HITS BACK

BONES IN LONDON

CHAPTER I

BONES AND BIG BUSINESS

There was a slump in the shipping market, and men who were otherwise decent citizens wailed for one hour of glorious Bones in London by Edgar Wallace war, when Kenyon Line Deferred had stood at 88 1/2, and even so poor an organization as Siddons Steam Packets Line had been marketable at 3 Bones in London by Edgar Wallace 3/8.

Two bareheaded men came down the busy street, their hands thrust into their trousers pockets, their sleek, well oiled heads bent in dejection.

No word they spoke, keeping step with the stern precision of soldiers. Together they wheeled through the Bones in London by Edgar Wallace open doors of the Commercial Trust Building, together they left turned into the elevator, and simultaneously raised their heads to Bones in London by Edgar Wallace examine its roof, as though in its panelled ceiling was concealed some Delphic oracle who would answer the riddle which circumstances had set them.

They dropped their heads together and stood with sad eyes, regarding the attendant's leisurely unlatching Bones in London by Edgar Wallace of the gate. They slipped forth and walked in single file to a suite of offices inscribed "Pole Brothers, Brokers," and, beneath, "The United Merchant Shippers' Corporation," and passed through a door which, in Bones in London by Edgar Wallace addition to this declaration, bore the footnote "Private."

Here the file divided, one Bones in London by Edgar Wallace going to one side of a vast pedestal desk and one to the other. Still with their hands pushed deep into their pockets, they sank, almost as at a word of command, each into his cushioned chair, and stared at one another across the table.

They were stout young men of the middle thirties, clean shaven and ruddy. They had served their country in the late War, and had made many sacrifices to the common cause. One had worn uniform and one had not. Joe had occupied some mysterious office which permitted and, indeed, enjoined upon him the wearing of the insignia of captain, but had forbidden him to leave his native land. The other had earned a little decoration with a very big title as a buyer of boots for Allied nations. Both had subscribed largely to War Stock, and a reminder of their devotion to the cause of liberty was placed to their credit every half year.

But for these, war, with its horrific incidents, its late hours, its midnight railway journeys by Bones in London by Edgar Wallace trains on which sleeping berths could not be had for love or money, Bones in London by Edgar Wallace its food cards and statements of excess Bones in London by Edgar Wallace profits, was past. The present held its Bones in London by Edgar Wallace tragedy so poignant as to overshadow that Bones in London by Edgar Wallace breathless terrifying moment when peace had come and found the firm with the sale of the Fairy Line of cargo steamers uncompleted, contracts unsigned, and shipping stock which had lived light headedly in the airy spaces, falling deflated on the floor of the house.

The Fairy Line was not a large line. It was, in truth, a small line. It might have been purchased for two hundred thousand pounds, and nearly was. To day it might be acquired for one Bones in London by Edgar Wallace hundred and fifty thousand pounds, and yet it wasn't.

"Joe," said the senior Mr. Pole, in a voice that came from his varnished boots, "we've got to do something with Fairies."

"Curse this War!" said Joe in Bones in London by Edgar Wallace cold blooded even tones. "Curse the Kaiser! A weak kneed devil who might at least have stuck to it for another month! Curse him for making Bones in London by Edgar Wallace America build ships, curse him for "

"Bones in London by Edgar Wallace Joe," said the stout young man on Bones in London by Edgar Wallace the other side of the table, shaking his head sadly, "it is no use cursing, Joe. We knew that they were building ships, but the business looked Bones in London by Edgar Wallace good to me... Continue reading book >>

Bones in London by Edgar Wallace

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