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Beverly Of Graustark

George Barr McCutcheon

1. 01 – East of the Setting Sun
2. 02 – Beverly Calhoun
3. 03 – On the Road from Balak
4. 04 – The Ragged Retinue
5. 05 – The Inn of the Hawk and Raven
6. 06 – The Home of the Lion
7. 07 – Some Facts and Fancies
8. 08 – Through the Ganlook Gates
9. 09 – The Redoutable Dangloss
10. 10 – Inside the Castle Walls
11. 11 – The Royal Coach of Graustark
12. 12 – In Service
13. 13 – The Three Princes
14. 14 – A Visit and Its Consequences
15. 15 – The Testing of Baldos
16. 16 – On the Way to St. Valentine’s
17. 17 – A Note Translated
18. 18 – Confessions and Concessions
19. 19 – The Night Fires
20. 20 – 20 Gossip of Some Consequence
21. 21 – The Rose
22. 22 – A Proposal
23. 23 – A Shot in the Darkness
24. 24 – Beneath the Ground
25. 25 – The Valor of the South
26. 26 – The Degredation of Marlanx
27. 27 – The Prince of Dawsbergen
28. 28 – A Boy Disappears
29. 29 – The Capture of Gabriel
30. 30 – In The Grotto
31. 31 – Clear Skies

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Beverly Of Graustark is the second book in the Graustark series. Lorry and his wife, the princess, made their home in Washington, but spent a few months of each year in Edelweiss. During the periods spent in Washington and in travel, her affairs in Graustark were in the hands of a capable, austere old diplomat–her uncle, Count Caspar Halfont. Princess Volga reigned as regent over the principality of Axphain. To the south lay the principality of Dawsbergen, ruled by young Prince Dantan, whose half brother, the deposed Prince Gabriel, had been for two years a prisoner in Graustark, the convicted assassin of Prince Lorenz, of Axphain, one time suitor for the hand of Yetive. (Project Gutenberg)