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Cape Coddities

Roger Livingston Scaife (1875 - 1951)

A message from the past from a former Cape Cod resident who delves in all things that make Cape Cod special. From explaining the adventures of hunting clams, to neighbor picnics and the food served, to boating, antique scavenging, and the beautiful rustic Cape houses...just everything that makes the Cape the ideal place, the place that he lived and was so proud of. (Summary by: Laurie Banza)

Genre(s): Modern (20th C)

Down The Line with John Henry

Hugh McHugh (1867 - 1926)

A humorous comedy of errors and light-hearted wit in the life of the likeable John Henry. When it comes to betting at the races, booze, his friends, and his woman Clara Jane, it's never a dull moment. The Hot-Air Association is in full session! Will Clara continue to go "down the line" with John Henry? 

Genre(s): Humorous Fiction

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Hugh McHugh (1867 - 1926)

John Henry has a comedic commentary and opinion on everything that goes on in his life. This time, he tackles the subjects of race tipsters, bridge, amateur photography, the grip, courting, summer resorts, and on great men. Chuckle after chuckle, as he interacts and has conversations with his wife, strangers, the doctor, and his friends, he takes the reader on a humorous journey the way he interprets and lives life! Note: The author of this book is George V. Hobart who also wrote under the pseudonym Hugh McHugh. - 

Genre(s): Humorous Fiction

The Adventure of the Broad Arrow: An Australian Romance

Morley Roberts (1857 - 1942)

When a few men decide to go for looking for gold in the outback of Australia, days of extreme heat with no water and no rain in sight, make them turn back and give up the trip; all but two of them that is, Smith and Mandeville, aka the "Baker. Smith and Baker decide to tough it out and go after their dreams, chancing their lives to find "their luck". Little do they realize, they will put their lives in grave danger, and this quest for gold will turn into a nightmare. Life threatening food and water deprivation is a constant issue, and they had no idea they would stumble upon an unknown tribe of prehistoric white men that are head hunters and cannibals. Will they survive the harsh bush conditions, the fierce inferno of the desert, and a deadly tribe? And what about the gold? Is there gold to be found, and if so, will it ever be their reality? An incredible adventure with lots of twists and turns awaits... 

Genre(s): Action & Adventure Fiction, Literary Fiction, Romance

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