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Title: An Unpardonable Liar


Author: Gilbert Parker

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AN UNPARDONABLE LIAR

by

GILBERT PARKER

Author of _Seats of the Mighty_, _The Battle of the Strong_, etc.

Chicago
Charles H. Sergel Company

1900






CHAPTER I.

AN ECHO.

"O de worl am roun an de worl am wide--
O Lord, remember your chillun in de mornin!
It's a mighty long way up de mountain side,
An day aint no place whar de sinners kin hide,
When de Lord comes in de mornin."


With a plaintive quirk of the voice the singer paused, gayly flicked the
strings of the banjo, then put her hand flat upon them to stop the
vibration and smiled round on her admirers. The group were applauding
heartily. A chorus said, "Another verse, please, Mrs. Detlor."

"Oh, that's all I know, I'm afraid," was the reply. "I haven't sung it for
years and years, and I should have to think too hard--no, no, believe me,
I can't remember any more. I wish I could, really."

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