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Juggernaut by George Cary Eggleston, Dolores Marboug

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Juggernaut
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Publisher: Fords, Howard & Hulbert
ISBN/ASIN: 1275262015

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Edgar Braine was never so blithe in all his life as on the morning of his suicide. Years after, in the swirl and tumult of his extraordinary career, the memory of that June morning, and of the mood in which he greeted it, would rush upon him as a flood, and for the moment drown the eager voices that besought his attention, distracting his mind for the briefest fraction of an instant from the complex problems of affairs with which he wrestled ceaselessly.

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