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Peter Oresick
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The Divining Rod
The Divining Rod: A Story of the Oil Regions A Novel by Francis Newton Thorpe  (1857-1926 ) .   Boston: Little, Brown, and Company, 1905. 356 pages. A romance of the Western Pennsylvania Oil Rush set near Titusville. When Elder Blaisdon, a local Methodist m...
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The Forbidden Tree
The Forbidden Tree A Novel by Elizabeth Moorhead  (1866-1955 ) . Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1933.  336 pages. The Forbidden Tree  (1933)   is the story of Charles Maynard, a young college professor on a thinly-veiled version of the Carnegie Te...
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Answer Before Dark
Answer Before Dark A Novel by Elizabeth Moorhead  (1866-1955 ) . Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1930.  298 pages. Answer Before Dark  (1930)   is the story of Mary Ann Braeburn, daughter of high-society Pittsburghers, who in the 1920s defers a mar...
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All I Could See from Where I Stood
All I Could See from Where I Stood A Novel by George Christy  (1927 —  ) . Indianapolis:  Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1963.  220 pages. Set in 1939 Monessen, All I Could See  (1963) is a coming-of-age novel about Stephanos Hermes, who hates his Greekness and imm...
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The Triangle's End
The Triangle's End A Novella by  William H. Jones  (1910 — ? ) . New York: Exposition Press, Inc., 1954. 243  pages. The Triangle's End  (1954) is a novel about racial prejudice, marital infidelity, and  a love triangle set in a fictionalized version of the...
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The Man in Lower Ten
The Man in Lower Ten A Novel by Mary Roberts Rinehart  (1876-1958 ) . Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1909.  282 pages. Lawrence Blakeley must take bank notes from Washington, DC to Pittsburgh and take a statement from an official that they are forged....
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The Circular Staircase
The Circular Staircase A Novel by Mary Roberts Rinehart  (1876-1958 ) . Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1908.  362 pages. The Circular Staircase  (1908)   is the debut mystery novel of Mary Roberts Rinehart. Set in a country house in Western Pennsylvan...
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The Case of Jenny Brice
The Case of Jenny Brice A Novel by Mary Roberts Rinehart  (1876-1958 ) . Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1913.  227 pages. The Case of Jenny Brice  (1913)   is a whodunit set in 1904 Allegheny City .  When Mrs. Pittman notices a bloodstained rope and t...
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Player Piano
Player Piano A Novel by Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.  (1922-2007 ) . New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1952.  295 pages. The debut novel of Kurt Vonnegut,  Player Piano,  is set in fictitious Illium (modeled on General Electric factory towns of Upstate New York) and...
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Rivers to the Sea
Rivers to the Sea: An American Story A Novel by Lucien Hubbard  (1888-1971 ) . New York: Simon and Schuster, 1942.  313 pages. Rivers to the Sea  is a historical novel based on the life of inventor Nicholas Roosevelt (1767-1854), who in 1810 built, in Pitts...
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