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THE SCARLET C AR by Richard Davis

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THE SCARLET C AR by Richard Davis

ROBBING BANKS AND KEEPING HONEST

Chaney discovers his boss stealing from the bank they both work at and confronts the thief.  A fight ensures and the boss is inadvertently killed.  Chaney hides and suffers from isolation.  He must redeen himself..  Adult, children, and easy reading.

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Richard Harding Davis was born into a reasonably well-off Philadelphia
family in 1864. Both father and mother earned names as writers. He
received an education at the Episcopal Academy, a respected institution
still in operation, and Johns Hopkins University.
He quite naturally followed in the footsteps of his parents and became a
journalist, starting off with Philadelphia Press and achieved the
unprecedented position as managing editor of Harper's Weekly by age 26
In the tradition of Stephen Crane,Davis covered the Spanish-American
War, the Greco-Turkish War and the Boer War.
His books included Rulers of the Mediterranean (1894), About Paris
(1895) and Three Gringos in Venezuela and Central America (1896).
His fame as a reported earned him the highest salary possible as World
War I correspondent. He spent time in a German prison where he was
accused of being a British spy.


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    Posted by on 24th Jul 2011

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