Double Trouble; Or, Every Hero His Own Villain

Double Trouble Or Every Hero His Own Villain In one personality the hero is a quiet retired inoffensive business man a lover of books a hater of political corruption devoted to one woman proud of a Puritan conscience In the other state the

  • Title: Double Trouble; Or, Every Hero His Own Villain
  • Author: Herbert Quick
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 164
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In one personality the hero is a quiet, retired, inoffensive business man, a lover of books, a hater of political corruption, devoted to one woman, proud of a Puritan conscience In the other state the hero is a breezy promoter of the Middle West, a loud, sporty boodler, and the lover of any pretty woman who chances in his path A succession of ridiculous situations is theIn one personality the hero is a quiet, retired, inoffensive business man, a lover of books, a hater of political corruption, devoted to one woman, proud of a Puritan conscience In the other state the hero is a breezy promoter of the Middle West, a loud, sporty boodler, and the lover of any pretty woman who chances in his path A succession of ridiculous situations is the result, farcical confusion worse confounded.

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    1. A tongue-in-cheek comedy about a man's career. How has Amidon lost five years and reinvented himself into Brassfield without recalling a bit of the process? A few faithful friends join him in unraveling the interesting conundrum.

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