Ovington's Bank

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The Floating Press, 2012. ápr. 1. - 547 oldal
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Explore a fascinating period in history with this detailed and engaging historical novel from prominent author Stanley J. Weyman. The novel unfolds against the backdrop of the Panic of 1825, a crash that was caused in part by a massive fraud set in Poyais, a made-up country in Latin America. Weyman masterfully weaves the financial shockwave caused by this series of events into a tale that highlights how the panic impacted real, salt-of-the-earth people.
 

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Chapter I
5
Chapter II
26
Chapter III
35
Chapter IV
44
Chapter V
53
Chapter VI
75
Chapter VII
87
Chapter VIII
97
Chapter XXIII
273
Chapter XXIV
289
Chapter XXV
301
Chapter XXVI
314
Chapter XXVII
331
Chapter XXVIII
344
Chapter XXIX
356
Chapter XXX
365

Chapter IX
110
Chapter X
121
Chapter XI
131
Chapter XII
139
Chapter XIII
150
Chapter XIV
161
Chapter XV
173
Chapter XVI
183
Chapter XVII
195
Chapter XVIII
208
Chapter XIX
219
Chapter XX
232
Chapter XXI
247
Chapter XXII
259
Chapter XXXI
373
Chapter XXXII
389
Chapter XXXIII
402
Chapter XXXIV
413
Chapter XXXV
420
Chapter XXXVI
436
Chapter XXXVII
460
Chapter XXXVIII
469
Chapter XXXIX
482
Chapter XL
500
Chapter XLI
521
Chapter XLII
536
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Author Stanley J. Weyman was born in Ludlow, Shropshire, England on August 7, 1855. Before becoming a full-time writer, he was a lawyer in the family law firm. He was occasionally referred to as the Prince of Romance and wrote fifteen books between 1890 and 1904 that were set in 16th and 17th century France. Some of his best known novels include The House of the Wolf, A Gentleman of France, Under the Red Robe, The Man in Black, Count Hannibal, and The Long Night. He died on April 10, 1928.

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