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Golden Web

Edward Phillips Oppenheim (1866-1946)

1. Book 1 - Chapter 1 - A Life For Sale
2. Book 1 - Chapter 2 - The Purchase
3. Book 1 - Chapter 3 - A Family Affair
4. Book 1 - Chapter 4 - A Murder
5. Book 1 - Chapter 5 - A Debt Incurred
6. Book 1 - Chapter 6 - An Imperious Demand
7. Book 1 - Chapter 7 - Love Or Interest?
8. Book 1 - Chapter 8 - An Awful Responsibility
9. Book 1 - Chapter 9 - Winifred Rowan
10. Book 1 - Chapter 10 - At The Theatre
11. Book 1 - Chapter 11 - An Appeal
12. Book 1 - Chapter 12 - Ruby Sinclair
13. Book 1 - Chapter 13 - An Informal Tea-Party
14. Book 1 - Chapter 14 - An Unexpected Visitor
15. Book 1 - Chapter 15 - The Effect Of A Storm
16. Book 1 - Chapter 16 - A Reprieve
17. Book 1 - Chapter 17 - A New Danger
18. Book 1 - Chapter 18 - An Expensive Key
19. Book 1 - Chapter 19 - The Search
20. Book 1 - Chapter 20 - In Doubt
21. Book 1 - Chapter 21 - Ruby Is Disappointed
22. Book 2 - Chapter 1 - Free To Die
23. Book 2 - Chapter 2 - A Lapse Of Memory
24. Book 2 - Chapter 3 - A Painful Interview
25. Book 2 - Chapter 4 - A Question
26. Book 2 - Chapter 5 - Mutual Information
27. Book 2 - Chapter 6 - An Opportune Arrival
28. Book 2 - Chapter 7 - Hefferom is Optimistic
29. Book 2 - Chapter 8 - A Bold Move
30. Book 2 - Chapter 9 - Lord Nunneley Is Frank
31. Book 2 - Chapter 10 - A Broken Engagement
32. Book 2 - Chapter 11 - Bitter Words
33. Book 2 - Chapter 12 - A Strange Betrothal
34. Book 2 - Chapter 13 - Desperation
35. Book 2 - Chapter 14 - An Afternoon's Shopping
36. Book 2 - Chapter 15 - A Friend
37. Book 2 - Chapter 16 - Passion
38. Book 2 - Chapter 17 - A Despairing Call
39. Book 2 - Chapter 18 - Winifred Is Trapped
40. Book 2 - Chapter 19 - Miss Sinclair's Offer
41. Book 2 - Chapter 20 - Through The Mill
42. Book 2 - Chapter 21 - All As It Should Be

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Summary

Stirling Deane has sold the Little Anna Gold Mine which he discovered in South Africa. The sale has made him a rich man and the head of the company to which he sold the mine. A former acquaintance from his days in South Africa has shown up and claims that he has the original deed to the mine and that he is in fact the owner of the mine. Shortly after a meeting with Deane, the man is found murdered and the deed he claims to have had is missing. Another man which Deane hired to negotiate the return of the deed to Deane is accused of the murder, tried, and sentenced to death. What has become of the lost deed?

Reviews

estee

- golden web

Good story, read by Richard Gilmore.